Update on PTDR-1000 Ongoing Waste To Energy Project in Ankleshwar, India

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Through PEAT’s India subsidiary, a Special Purpose Vehicle has been formed to support a PTDR-1000 plasma gasification waste-to-energy project within the Ankleshwar Industries Association to process a range of industrial waste and hazardous waste. A project site has been set aside by the local industrial development corporation and the official application to secure the land is expected later this year for the plasma gasification waste-to-energy project.

Further, the Environmental Clearance (EC) for the plasma gasification waste-to-energy project was granted in November 2009 and now the focus is on the process of securing the No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Government of Gujarat.

The plasma gasification waste-to-energy project includes the utilization of a portion of the syngas produced to dewater an additional 15 metric tons of aqueous organic wastes (brining gate capacity to 45 metric tons per day).

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