Jawaharnagar WtE plant inaugurated

Screenshot of image tweeted by Mr KT Rama Rao, Minister for Municipal Administration; Urban Development, Industry & Commerce, Information Technology, Telangana

A 19.8 MW waste to energy (WtE) plant at Jawahar Nagar was inaugurated today. It is the first Waste to Energy Plant in South India with a capacity to process about 1200 tonnes per day of MSW.

Telangana’s Minister for Municipal Administration & Urban Development, Industry & Commerce, Information Technology Mr KT Rama also laid the foundation of the second phase of the 28.2MW plant today.

The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation had been working on the project along with Ramky Enviro for the last few years, as reported earlier on SolidWasteIndia.

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