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Policies and Issues of Waste to Energy

Dr Dilip Boralkar, Former Member Secretary, Maharashtra Pollution Control Board, highlighted the hazards of unscientific management of Municipal Solid Waste all over India and particularly with reference to about 2000 TPD to 10,000 TPD at Pune and Mumbai Municipal Corporations ... Read More »

Engineering at its Best

The company Avant-Garde Engineers and Consultants (P) Limited is one of the leading consultancy and detailed engineering service providers with more than 28 years of experience in the power sector accredited by ISO and by Consultancy Development Centre (CDC). The ... Read More »

Bangalore to produce ‘co-combustion’ power

A modernized “co-combustion” technology generating power from urban garbage having almost zero dioxin and furan levels has been launched in Bangalore. The Bangalore Mahanagar Palike (BBMP) and multinational waste to energy company Satarem India signed a PPP for this project ... Read More »

Reforms required for MSWM: WTERT

The 2nd International Brainstorming Workshop on Waste to Energy in India organised by WTERT in Delhi discussed problems and solutions of MSW management in Indian cities and future opportunities. The need to move ahead, decisively and distinctly was agreed upon ... Read More »

International workshop on waste to energy in India

• WTERT launches India chapter The first-ever international workshop on Waste to Energy in India was organized by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research-National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (CSIR-NEERI) in association with Earth Engineering Centre, Columbia University, New York, ... Read More »

‘RDF plants, better way of handling SW’

According to Frost & Sullivan, the overall waste-to-energy (WTE) potential for India is estimated to be nearly 1,200MW by 2013 driven largely by the increasing quantity of waste material and declining space for landfill sites. It has suggested that Refuse-derived ... Read More »

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