Indore sorting plant starts trial operations


As reported by the Times of India, Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC)’s automated waste sorting plant in Devguardia has started trial operations 1.5 months after the set deadline. Regular operations are scheduled to begin in mid-October. The facility has a capacity of processing 300 tons of waste per day. Its cost is estimated to amount INR 200 million.

Picture Credit: Automated waste sorting line, ropableMaterial recovery facility 2004-03-24, marked as public domain, more details on Wikimedia Commons

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