New WtE project in Tekhand

The South Delhi Municipal Corporation has been allotted a 50-acre expanse of land in Tekhand, Delhi. According to The Times of India, this will be used for the development of a scientific landfill along with the installation of a Waste-to-Energy and composting plants. The waste landfill will need 38 acres, while the installation of the Waste-to-Energy and composting plants will be carried out on the remaining 12 acres. The development of the landfill will help in reclaiming the Okhla site. However, further information on the WtE plant has not been revealed yet.

Picture credit: waste bunker at WtE plant, image by ecoprog

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