Ramky Infra bags biomining projects for Chennai's dumpyard relocation
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Ramky Infra bags biomining projects for Chennai's dumpyard relocation

Ramky Infra has bagged two projects worth nearly Rs.2.17 billion from Greater Chennai Corporation for relocation of Chennai’s Kodungaiyur dumping ground through biomining. With waste accumulation posing pollution concerns as well as a threat of fire outbreaks, Ramky Infra will use biomining t...

Ramky Infra has bagged two projects worth nearly Rs.2.17 billion from Greater Chennai Corporation for relocation of Chennai’s Kodungaiyur dumping ground through biomining. With waste accumulation posing pollution concerns as well as a threat of fire outbreaks, Ramky Infra will use biomining to excavate, segregate and treat legacy municipal solid waste, to help Greater Chennai Corporation reclaim land and improvethe environment.Contact: Ramky InfraTel: 40-23015000Email: info@ramky.com 

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