- July 31, 2017
- Posted by: amdaindia
- Category: Urban News
Municipal Corporations of Gurugram and Faridabad has signed a MoU for the development of Haryana’s first Integrated Solid Waste Management Project. This is the country’s first project bided on output based Incentive (OBI) concept of public private partnership (PPP) model.
The project and plant will be developed in line with Solid Waste Management (SWM) Rules which will help in the creation of sustainable urban infrastructure for the participating ULBs. The entire project is expected to cost over Rs 330 crore and a land of over 28 acres with a concession period of 22 years has been identified in the Bandhwari for the same.
The project will covers door to door collection, transportation, processing and disposal of the Municipal solid waste from various waste generators including individuals or group of persons, all residential, commercial and industrial establishments within the municipal areas of the towns of Gurugram and Faridabad, which amounts to over 1,250 tonnes of municipal waste per day.
This project will be established using state of the art technologies for processing and disposal and modern infrastructure for the door to door collection and transportation. The Municipal Solid Waste processing unit would comprise of Bio methanation facility, composting facility, RDF processing facility, RDF to power plant, flue gas treatment facility, leachate treatment plant and sanitary landfill.
Source : Urbannewsdigest