Jamnagar’s new WtE plant inaugurated

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Gujarat chief minister Mr Bhupendra Patel virtually inaugurated the Jamnagar Municipal Corporation’s (JMC) waste-to-energy park in Jamnagar’s Gandhinagar district on Wednesday. The plant will produce 7.5 MW of electricity daily.

The facility was built under the public-private partnership approach on a 17-acre plot of land for a cost of Rs. 90 crore.

It will be able to handle 450 metric tonnes of garbage per day. The Indian Green Building Council has granted the energy plant its certification.

The project had been sanctioned in 2017, as reported by SolidWasteIndia.com.

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