Waste to Energy
Waste is defined as the waste collected or disposed of at the waste disposal site which includes waste generated by the residential, industrial, and commercial communities. At the plant, the waste is unloaded from collection trucks and shredded or processed to ease the handling. The items that can be recycled are generally not included in this process.
Waste Heat to Power (WHP) refers to the procedure of capturing the heat that is disposed of as a byproduct of an already functioning thermal process, and then converting this heat into usable power.
Waste-to-energy plants burn municipal solid waste (MSW) or commercial and industrial waste (CIW) to generate electricity or heat. The shredded non-recyclable waste is fed into a combustion chamber or fume incinerator to be burned. The hot exhaust gas released from burning the waste produces steam, which powers the turbine to produce electricity.
Triveni Turbines help produce energy by supplying reliable steam turbines that work under continuous base load operations and varied grid conditions.
We have successfully installed steam turbine generators for Waste to Energy (WtE) based power generation across various regions including India, Europe, Thailand, and South Korea. Through these installations, we are actively contributing to sustainable practices by helping maintain a cleaner planet. Additionally, we contribute to the increase in energy production by installing our steam turbines within the plant.