KSIDC plans waste-to-energy plant in Njeliyanparama in Kozhikode

Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation (KSIDC) is planning to set up seven waste-to-energy plants in the State. The first of the waste-to-energy plant will come up in Njeliyanparama in Kozhikode district in Kerala. The land required is already available and the corp has 12.67-acre plot leased out from Kozhikode Corporation . The project cost is estimated at ₹ 2,500 million. The project will be implemented through a consortium led by Bengaluru-based Zonta Infratech Private Limited. The consortium will carry out construction and execution of the project.

The project is likely to go operational by 2021 and it will have a capacity to process 300 tonnes of solid waste on a daily basis and convert it into electricity. The beneficiaries are expected to pay Rs 3,500 per tonne as tipping fees to the company for collection and processing of the waste.

Project Location Njeliyanparama, Kozhikode,Kerala
Project Cost (in million) ₹2,500
Project Capacity 300 tpd
Project Status Planning
Commissioning Date

Company Profile : Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation Ltd

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