Mysore City Corporation (MCC) has decided set up a waste-to-power plant. It is to be noted that the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) has asked the civic body to clear the Vidranyapuram Sewage Farm of garbage by 2020.
According to a report in Projects Today, MCC has three plans, implementation of which will help it get rid of the waste at the sewage farm.
“It will set up the waste-to-energy generation unit in 2020. MCC will establish and run the plant on a public-private-partnership (PPP) model,” it said.
The report added that besides the waste-to-energy plant, MCC was looking into the possibility of setting up a gobar gas unit, and a composting set-up.
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