At KIA, Dutch firm to ‘waste’ nothing

NexusNovus wins contract to set up integrated solid waste management plant at The Netherlands-based firm NexusNovus has won the contract to set up an integrated solid waste management centre at Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) in the City. With many unique features, the plant may emerge as the first such waste processing unit in India. The firm is expected to complete the project in nine months.
How the plant will run? The waste will be picked by e-vehicles and then mechanically sorted into recyclable and organic waste. While the organics will be used to produce power from biogas, which in turn powers the e-vehicles, the non-degradable materials will be recycled. They say no waste will be sent to the landfills.

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