Narela-Bawana Waste to Energy plant to increase capacity

Representational Image. WtE plant in Kemsley, UK, constructed by CNIM

Public consultations have been launched for the planned capacity increase at the Narela-Bawana WtE plant in Delhi. Plans provide to increase the plant’s capacity from 24 MW to 60 MW. At 24 MW, the plant was already supposed to be the country’s largest WtE facility.

According to previous information, the plant can handle up to 2,000 tpd, but would be able to process 4,000 tons per day, if necessary. According to the current source, however, the processing capacity is 4,000 tpd. Operator of the plant, which started in February 2017, is M/s. Delhi MSW Solutions Ltd. (DMSWSL). As of today, Delhi has four WtE plants in Ghazipur, Narela, Okhla, and Tehkhand.

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