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Uttarakhand to use 'Clean' German Tech to Convert Waste to Energy

Uttarakhand has received a go-ahead from the Centre to set up India's first Ultra High Temperature Hydrolysis (UHTH) Reaction waste to energy plant at Roorkee. The project will be used to convert solid waste collected from seven major residential towns in the state into electricity. The privately funded… read more →

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Pollachi Plant to Soon Generate Electricity using Veggie Waste

The Pollachi municipality will soon generate electricity from food and vegetable waste as the construction of bio-methanisation plant has been completed. The plant was proposed in 2013 and the municipality received 81 lakh as state government grant. The bio-methanisation plant is capable of processing… read more →

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Himachal to Generate Power out of Waste

The tariff for electricity generated from municipal waste in Shimla has been fixed by Himachal Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission, which directed the state electricity board to purchase the entire waste-generated power. Himachal generates estimated 300 metric tonnes of waste per day and has the… read more →

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Waste-to-energy Plants on Cards at 26 BMC Offices

The BMC has decided to start bio-methanization plants at 26 of its administrative offices. This includes setting up of these plants at its 24 ward offices, the BMC headquarters at Fort and the Civic Training Institute and Research Centre (CTIRC) located at Borivli. A sum of Rs 2 crore has been earmarked… read more →

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North Delhi Corporation to Inaugurate Waste-to-energy Plant Soon

The North Delhi Municipal Corporation is all set to inaugurate its much-awaited waste-to-energy plant next week at the Narela-Bawana landfill site. After this plant is made operational, Delhi will have the capacity to use almost 50% of the garbage generated daily to produce electricity. read more →

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JMC Plans to Generate Power from Garbage

Jaipur Municipal Corporation (JMC) plans to generate power from garbage as part of its effort to make Jaipur a world-class city by converting the domestic waste into energy in the city. It plans to set up power plants with a capacity to use 700 metric tons of garbage daily out of 1,300 metric ton generated… read more →

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Central, State Governments Release Rs 48 cr for Orange City’s 'Waste to Energy’ Project

Central and State governments have released a sum of Rs 48.11 crore for ‘waste to energy’ project in Nagpur under Swachh Maharashtra Mission. Essel Infra Projects Limited, in collaboration with Hitachi Zosen India Private Limited, will initiate ‘waste to energy’ project in Bhandewadi dumping… read more →

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Waste-to-energy Drive gets a Boost in Chennai

The Greater Chennai Corporation and the Department of Municipal Administration have revived a project aimed at using biodegradable municipal solid waste for generating huge quantities of organic fertiliser and electricity. This initiative will mobilise urban residents and support farmers in villages… read more →

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Narela Waste-to-energy Plant to Start Soon

A 24 MW municipal waste-to-energy plant in Delhi, one of the biggest projects of its kind in the country, is likely to start functioning from June. The Narela-Bawana plant will process 1,300 metric tonne of domestic waste. read more →

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Kolhapur Civic Body to set up Two Biogas Plants

The Kolhapur Municipal Corporation (KMC) has decided to set up biogas-based power plants at two places on build operate and transfer basis. The civic administration has finalised sites at Kasba Bawda and near Kalamba jail for the purpose. Each plant will have the capacity to utilise five tonnes of waste… read more →

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