Indo-Korean firm to set up mobile waste treatment plant in Noida

NOIDA: Noida Authority on Tuesday inked a pact with an Indo-Korean venture to set up a waste remediation plant in the town. This comes an afternoon after Prime Minister Narendra Modi and visiting South Korean President Moon Jae-in inaugurated Samsung’s plant in Sector 81, dubbed the arena’s largest mobile phone factory.

RK Mishra, further CEO of Noida Authority, advised TOI the settlement was signed with Tamil Nadu-based Zigma Global Environ Solutions for segregation, remedy and recycling of waste in town for 2 years. This plant will likely be different from the waste-to-energy plant earlier proposed in Sector 123.

While the waste-to-energy plant needs greater infrastructure and a permanent setup, the remediation plant that may use cell machines can also be shifted from one position to another in 15 days, he added.

Naresh Prabhu, director of Zigma Global, said the company which has a collaboration with South Korean municipal solid waste control corporate Forcebel, “will segregate and get rid of around 1.5 lakh tonne garbage in subsequent two years”. “The generation used is partly Indian, partly Korean,” he said.

Zigma Global has installed waste remediation plant in 5 places — Kumbakonam, Sembakkam and Pammal in Tamil Nadu, Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh, and Vadodara in Gujarat. “The remediation plant caters to contemporary garbage in a scientific approach in three stages — stabilisation, segregation and disposal,” Prabhu said.

In the primary state, garbage will likely be stabilised by way of changing into windrows, one way of gathering them in a triangle shape. “We’ll then spray bio-culture on waste. This ensures there’s no smell and flies. This act additionally reduces moisture to 25% and eliminates pathogens. The stabilisation process completes in three months,” he said.

Once the waste is stabilised, the corporate will set up cell machinery at the waste websites.

“The stabilised waste will likely be used in the gadget for segregation. The enter waste will come out in three paperwork — stone, soil and flamable (refuse derived fuel or RDF). The combustible product will likely be provided to the cement corporations which would use them as alternative fuel. The stone and soil will likely be dumped in other low-lying spaces for final disposal,” the Zigma Global director said.

The company will price Authority Rs 1,193 for every tonne of garbage remediation and disposal.

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