New plastic-to-fuel plant inaugurated in Nashik

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Nashik Waste Management (NWMPL) has inaugurated a new plastic-to-fuel plant, with a ballistic separator. The plant will process 5 tonnes of plastic waste each day. The ballistic separator reportedly has a capacity of 250 tpd, according to news agency ANI.

NWMPL is an Integrated Solid Waste Management (ISWM) facility in Nashik. The company was founded in 2017 and has a 30-year agreement with Nashik Municipal Corporation. It has a total processing capacity of more than 600 tonnes per day.

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