The plant has a capacity of managing 500 tonnes of waste per day using scientific techniques, the spokesperson said, adding that the waste will be used to manufacture fertilisers and fuel for cement units. Production of 6MW electricity production is also proposed in the project that will be run on public-private partnership (PPP) model.
In this processing plant, 2 trammels of 75 mm, 2 trammels of 25 mm and two trammels of 4 mm have been installed. Waste collected will be separated using trammel and lift machine, and the dry waste of more than 75 mm will be converted into refuse-derived fuel (RDF) and sent to cement factories.
The wet waste will be processed in 25 mm and 4 mm trammels to make fertilizer the end product. It will be sold to the fertiliser companies.
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