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TMC’s waste-to-energy plant to be rolled out soon

An incineration plant at Daighar near Mumbra, which will process over 600 metric tonnes of solid waste daily for conversion into energy, is nearing completion. Amid stiff opposition from locals, the Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) has decided to appoint a technical consultant shortly.

Officials have said that the waste-to-energy plant is a design-build-operate-own-and-transfer project, where the private party gets a contract for nearly 40 years to process the city’s waste. The electricity generated will be first supplied to locals around the plant at a concessional rate and then can be sold to others.

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