Navi Mumbai allocates budget to WtE project

The Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC), Maharashtra, has set aside INR 1.8 billion (USD 26.2 million) in its 2016/2017 budget for the implementation of a planned WtE project. The project should be located near a landfill site in Turbhe, a suburb of Navi Mumbai, and will treat RDF as well as biomass. Generation capacity was said to amount to 4 to 6 MW, with electricity to be fed into the national grid. E-waste recycling and C&D treatment are also included in NMMC’s plans. As reported by The Times of India, the project is developed under the national Swachh Bharat programme, making it eligible for additional central government funding.

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