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Prominent Companies in the Waste to Energy Sector

Latest News for Energy Efficiency, Solar, Wind, Biomass Power, Biofuels, Waste to Energy

Company

Headquarters

Highlights

Biomethanation

M/S Asia  Bio- energy Pvt Ltd (ABIL)

Chennai

Follows “Biogas induced mixing arrangement-(BIMA)” technology for a 5.1 MW MSW to energy project

Cicon Environment Technologies

Bhopal

Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) technology and activated sludge process are followed in installations

Bermaco/WM Power Ltd

Navi Mumbai

Completed 11 MW biogas plant in Mumbai using WABIO process.

Sound craft Industries

Mumbai

Installing 12.8 MW plant at Mumbai with technology from Ericsons, USA

Hydroair Tectonics Limited

Navi Mumbai

Adopting aerated and UASB technologies for the treatment of waste sludge and biogas generation respectively.

Ramky Enviro Engineers Ltd

Hyderabad

Undertaking comprehensive biomethanation projects coupled to secure composting and landfills. Also involved in incineration and presently operating India's largest waste incinerator at Taloja, Maharashtra.

Mailhem Engineers Pvt Ltd.

Pune

Has adopted modified UASB technology. Has installed about 250 waste-to-energy plants.

Combustion /Incineration

A2Z Group of Companies

Gurgaon

RDF based combustion technology with scope for cogeneration of heat and power.

Hanjer Biotech Energies

Mumbai

Developing 15 MW combustion power plant in Surat District with MSW based RDF pellets as fuel.

SELCO International Limited

Hyderabad

SELCO setup the first commercial Municipal Solid Waste-processing unit in India in 1999. Have installed 6.6 MW using RDF pellets as energy source.

East Delhi Waste Processing Company Pvt Ltd

New Delhi

Implementing 10 MW incineration power plant with MSW derived RDF pellets as fuel.

Gasification

Zanders Engineers Limited

Mohali

Has a collaborative gasification technology to process multiple feedstocks including MSW for power

UPL Environmental Engineers Pvt Ltd

Vadodara

Advanced gasification technology with destruction efficiency of 99.9% and emissions well below thresholds.

 

 

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