MCD considers new plastics-to-RDF plant

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The Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) is considering setting up a plastics-to-RDF plant in Delhi.

The facility should have a capacity to process 1,000 tpd of waste, based on a zero residue torrefaction process. As stated in the source, MCD areas are estimated to generate 1,100 tpd of plastic waste.

According to the source, there are two companies that have been shortlisted to realise the project. The plant is planned to process the plastic into RDF, which should then be supplied to cement plants and WtE facilities. The source does not provide any information on the investment costs or the planned start of construction.

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