Electricity is made from rubbish in Ramna. produced

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NTPC officials have been held responsible under the plan to generate electricity from garbage. Instead of Karsada, electricity is now being made from garbage in Ramna. A proposal for a new plant in Ramna has been submitted to the government. The capacity of this plant will be to generate electricity from 600 tons of waste per day. According to the proposal, Rs 300 crore will be spent on the construction of this facility. The system will be installed in the Ramna landfill. An invitation to tender will be carried out for this.
In light of the above information, additional community commissioner Devi Dayal said that three out of ten plants are located in Pahariya Mandi, Bhavnia Pokhari, IDH colony in the heart of the city. They are currently out of service. Even after the plant has been commissioned by NTPC, no manure will be produced in Karsada. NTPC had previously planned to set up its own unit in Karsara. But later the location was changed to Ramna now. Garbage is thrown on the community property in Ramna. The system is set up at this point. To do this, NTPC must submit its report within one month. It is important to decide which technology is to be used so that the cost of generating electricity from waste is reduced. In the existing plants, more than 10 rupees per unit of power generation are spent. These costs need to be reduced by Rs.6 per unit.

NTPC officials have been held responsible under the plan to generate electricity from garbage. Instead of Karsada, electricity is now being made from garbage in Ramna. A proposal for a new plant in Ramna has been submitted to the government. The capacity of this plant will be to generate electricity from 600 tons of waste per day. According to the proposal, Rs 300 crore will be spent on the construction of this facility. The system will be installed in the Ramna landfill. An invitation to tender will be carried out for this.

In light of the above information, additional community commissioner Devi Dayal said that three out of ten plants are located in Pahariya Mandi, Bhavnia Pokhari, IDH colony in the heart of the city. They are currently out of service. Even after the plant has been commissioned by NTPC, no manure will be produced in Karsada. NTPC had previously planned to set up its own unit in Karsara. But later the location was changed to Ramna now. Garbage is thrown on the community property in Ramna. The system is set up at this point. To do this, NTPC must submit its report within one month. It is important to decide which technology is to be used so that the cost of generating electricity from waste is reduced. In the existing plants it costs more than 10 rupees per unit of electricity generation. These expenses need to be reduced by Rs.6 per unit.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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