Re Sustainability Unveils New Waste to Energy Facility in Rewa

Bangalore, India February 17, 2024: Re Sustainability Limited(ReSL), Asia’s largest integrated waste management company, inaugurated its regional Integrated Solid Waste Management (ISWM) facility, addressing the waste management needs of the Rewa, Satna, and Sidhi districts, comprising a total of 28 Urban Local Bodies (ULBs).

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The project’s scope includes the establishment of an Integrated Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Management Facility, which elevates the waste management capabilities of the region, facilitating the door-to-door waste collection and transportation, processing, and disposal (including RDF, composting, recycling, and landfill operations). The project also includes a 6 MW Waste-to-Energy (WTE) plant. The project involves the participation of 28 ULBs, with 12 from the Rewa district, 12 from the Satna district, and 4 from the Sidhi district. The facility will help the district to efficiently process and manage 350 metric tons of waste each day.

Approximately 2,35,000 households are being served under the project, involving collection and transportation municipal solid waste. The waste to energy plant has a capacity of 6 MW, and the concessionaire tenure for the project is 21 years. The project is undertaken by Nagar Palika Nigam, a government corporation in Rewa.

Honorable Deputy Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shri Rajendra Shukla, said “The government’s commitment to supporting initiatives like the Integrated Municipal Solid Waste Management Facility underscores our dedication to environmental preservation and sustainable practices. Through this partnership with Re Sustainability Limited, we are addressing the pressing waste management challenges in our districts while also harnessing renewable energy resources for the benefit of our communities.”

“This Waste-to-Energy (WtE) plant brings the world’s best technology to solve the region’s municipal waste challenges, while simultaneously enabling a circular economy. It not only diverts waste from landfills and conserves precious land, but also generates clean energy, contributing to the state’s response to climate change. This is a monumental occasion for citizens of Madhya Pradesh and a testament to our commitment to building a cleaner and more sustainable future for all of India – from the mega-cities to the smaller towns and urban clusters” said, Mr. Masood Mallick, CEO, Re Sustainability Limited.

The nature of the project is build, own, operate (BOO), and the government is providing a capital grant of Rs. 87.27 crore. The total project cost, inclusive of collection and transportation and processing and disposal, amounts to over Rs. 220 crores. The boilers at the facility have a capacity of 32 tons per hour of steam generation. There are plans for expansion of the facility in the next five years, intending to increase the Waste to Energy capacity by another 6 MW in future.

er 85+ operating locations spread across India, Singapore, UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Tanzania and USA. With over 25 years of operational history, ReSL has a dominant presence across the entire waste value chain and has been a long-standing partner in the environmental solutions space to its customers.

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