Indian Railways commissions first Waste to Energy Plant in Bhubaneswar

  • | Tuesday | 28th January, 2020

New Delhi: Indian Railways has commissioned country's first governmental Waste to Energy Plant, having capacity of 500 Kg waste per day, in Mancheswar Carriage Repair Workshop at Bhubaneswar in East Coast Railway. This Waste to Energy Plant has been constructed in three months. This Waste to Energy Plant, a patented technology called POLYCRACK, is first-of-its-kind in Indian Railways and fourth in India. of India, FICCI; Best Innovation Gold Medal 2007; Best Innovation Gold Medal 2008; Best Innovation Gold Medal 2009; Nominated for Tech-Museum Awards 2008; Frost & Sullivan – Global Innovation and Leadership Award -2011 and IGCW-2011 – Best Green Chemistry Innovation Award. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF WASTE TO ENERGY PLANT –Total plant installation cost : Rs 1.79 croreDate of commissioning : 22 Jan 2020Estimated income from the byproducts : Rs 17.5 Lakhs per annumMaintenance cost : Rs 10.4 Lakhs per annumThe capacity is : 500kg/ BatchRelatedCommentscomments

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