IMC to build biomethane plant in Indore

Plans provide for a new biomethane facility to be built at a garbage transfer station in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. According to the source, Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) has decided to build the plant. The investment sum for this plant is said to be INR 2.5 million (EUR 32,855). As stated by NYOOOZ, the plant would be converting organic waste or wet waste into electricity, which could then be used for operation of machinery. The source does not comment on the actual scope of the project. However, as the source indicates, it would be able to process at least 200 kg of the input material in one cycle. As further reported, IMC collects around 1,100 tpd of waste on average, 600 tpd of which is wet waste.

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