FuelMunicipality Waste, Agro-waste, waste water/sewage sludge, solid recovered fuels, refuse derived fuels, spent bleaching earth, spent wash.
Calorific valuedepending upon different fuels
CapacityUpto 60 TPH
Pressureup to 67 bar(g)
Temperature490 degree Celcius
  • A waste-to-energy plant is a waste management facility that combusts wastes to produce electricity.
  • This type of power is sometimes called a trash-to-energy, municipal waste incineration, energy recovery or resource recovery plant
  • The typical range of net electrical energy that can be produced is about 500 to 600 kWh of electricity per ton of waste incinerated
  • The incineration of about 2,200 tons per day of waste will produce about 1200 MWh of electrical energy.
  • Most waste-to-energy plants burn municipal solid waste, but some burn industrial waste or hazardous waste
  • Fuel cost can account for as much as 45 percent of the cost to produce electricity in a coal-powered plant, and 75 percent or more of the cost in a natural gas-powered plant.
  • Waste-to-energy plants cause lesser air pollution than coal plants