Municipal Solid Waste IPP
Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) is defined as waste collected or disposed of at the municipal waste disposal site which includes residential, industrial and commercial waste the items that can be recycled are generally not included in MSW. Waste-to-energy plants burn municipal solid waste (MSW) to generate electricity or heat. At the plant, MSW is unloaded from collection trucks and shredded or processed to ease the handling. The shredded non-recyclable waste is fed into a combustion chamber to be burned. The heat released from burning the MSW produces steam, which turns a turbine to generate electricity.
We help various Independent Power Producers (IPPs) to produce energy through reliable steam turbines that work under continuous base load operations and varied grid conditions. We have installed turbines for MSW-based IPPs in India, Europe, Thailand, and South Korea. We contribute to keeping the planet clean and increasing energy production by installing steam turbines. These turbines operate within MSW plants and help their main function of disposing of municipal solid waste.