GNIDA to begin its first waste processing plant at Lakhnawali
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GNIDA to begin its first waste processing plant at Lakhnawali

The Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) is ready to begin the first remediation plant of the city, which is a waste processing centre at the Lakhnawali dumpsite for the disposal of 4 lakh metric tonnes (mt) of legacy waste collected so far.

The remediation machine with different operations and components was installed with the capacity to treat 400 mt of waste per day together, while the plant's inauguration is being planned for October 2. The plant trials began over the weekend. The administration hired Antony Lara Enviro Solutions Private Limited, a Brazilian company, in consolidation with AG Enviro Infra Projects Private Limited, which was awarded a contract worth Rs 23 crore.

At present, around 250 mt of waste per day is generated by Greater Noida, and the authority's objective is to clear the legacy waste in one year compared to the earlier deadline of 2023.

The work is predicted to start in two months when the garbage can be processed to transform into refuse derived fuel (RDF), manure and recycled products etc. GNIDA officials, including KR Verma and Salil Yadav, the deputy general managers, paid a visit to the spot and inspected the plant over the weekend.

Salil Yadav, GNIDA DGM, told the media that the move comes on the instruction of CEO Narendra Bhooshan, and the two companies have set up three machines such as trommels, conveyor belts and weighing machines at the dumpsite. He also said that only civic work of making platforms and sheds is left and will be finished by September.

The remediation of the waste will start with segregating garbage collected at Lakhnawali, followed by composting and recycling. The kitchen waste is going to be segregated and composted to be used by the authority as manure later for its green belts, parks and gardens. The remaining manure will be sold to generate revenue.

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The Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) is ready to begin the first remediation plant of the city, which is a waste processing centre at the Lakhnawali dumpsite for the disposal of 4 lakh metric tonnes (mt) of legacy waste collected so far. The remediation machine with different operations and components was installed with the capacity to treat 400 mt of waste per day together, while the plant's inauguration is being planned for October 2. The plant trials began over the weekend. The administration hired Antony Lara Enviro Solutions Private Limited, a Brazilian company, in consolidation with AG Enviro Infra Projects Private Limited, which was awarded a contract worth Rs 23 crore. At present, around 250 mt of waste per day is generated by Greater Noida, and the authority's objective is to clear the legacy waste in one year compared to the earlier deadline of 2023. The work is predicted to start in two months when the garbage can be processed to transform into refuse derived fuel (RDF), manure and recycled products etc. GNIDA officials, including KR Verma and Salil Yadav, the deputy general managers, paid a visit to the spot and inspected the plant over the weekend. Salil Yadav, GNIDA DGM, told the media that the move comes on the instruction of CEO Narendra Bhooshan, and the two companies have set up three machines such as trommels, conveyor belts and weighing machines at the dumpsite. He also said that only civic work of making platforms and sheds is left and will be finished by September. The remediation of the waste will start with segregating garbage collected at Lakhnawali, followed by composting and recycling. The kitchen waste is going to be segregated and composted to be used by the authority as manure later for its green belts, parks and gardens. The remaining manure will be sold to generate revenue. Image Source Also read: Maha govt nods Nagpur civic body’s waste composting, recycling projects Also read: Two large waste-to-energy plants to be set up in Bengaluru

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