New SWM facility to come up in Kerala’s Kadungalloor

The Kerala government has allotted two acres of land at Kadungalloor for setting up a solid waste treatment plant. This is expected to contribute to the efficient disposal of plastic waste and waste generated from slaughterhouses and construction/demolition sites.

The state has allotted the land to a private firm identified as SeaQueen Environmental Solutions Pvt Ltd for a period of 30 years, reports The New Indian Express.

The firm was selected by the Suchitwa Mission for setting up an animal waste management facility, construction and demolition waste processing unit and a plastic waste processing facility. Officials said once the facility becomes operational, it will be able to process a major quantity of solid waste generated in the city.

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