Posted On : May 31, 2022
Updated On : May 31, 2022
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Korean company setting up waste-to-energy plant in Indian NE state Meghalaya
A pilot project for a refuse-derived fuel plant is being set up by a Korean company in Tura, the headquarters of West Garo Hills district in Meghalaya. Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma, along with Ambassador of South Korea to India, Chang Jae-Bok on Tuesday inaugurated the pilot project set up at the landfill site at Rongkhon Songital. This is a collaboration between the state government, Tura Municipal Board, and Chamhana GW of South Korea.
The project in Tura has been envisioned as a working model demonstration to manage the daily incoming municipal garbage of Tura town and its adjoining areas.
Inaugurating the project, Sangma said that the entire concept of turning waste into energy would completely redefine people‚Äôs perception of waste and garbage disposal. Inaugurating the first of its kind in the state and the country, the Chief Minister said this is a memorable day since the innovative pilot project though made of simple technology and low cost budget would convert waste into energy and could be used in place of coal or charcoal.
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