Re Sustainability sets up Rs 220 cr integrated waste management project in MP | Hyderabad News


HYDERABAD: Integrated waste management player Re Sustainability Limited (ReSL) on Friday announced the opening of its regional integrated solid waste management (ISWM) facility with a 6MW waste-to-energy (W2E) plant at Rewa in Madhya Pradesh at an investment of Rs 220 crore.
The Hyderabad headquartered company said the ISWM facility will have a capacity to efficiently segregate, process and manage 600 metric tonnes of waste on a daily basis.
It will cater to the waste management requirements of around 2.35 lakh households in Rewa, Satna, and Sidhi districts, comprising a total of 28 urban local bodies (ULBs). These ULBs include 12 each from Rewa and Satna districts and 4 from Sidhi district.
The build, own, operate (BOO) project is being taken up in a public private partnership mode with the Nagar Palika Nigam in Rewa as the nodal ULB and govt providing a capital grant of Rs 87 crore.
The project’s scope includes the establishment of an integrated municipal solid waste (MSW) management facility that will facilitate door-to-door waste collection and transportation, processing, and disposal, including RDF, composting, recycling, and landfill operations.
While in the first phase, the W2E facility will help process and manage 350-380 metric tonnes of waste per day, plans are afoot to add another 6MW capacity in future, ReSL CEO Masood Mallick said.


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