Waste-to-Energy Investments Increased

Waste-to-Energy Investments Increased

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Turkish “waste-to-energy” sector is growing at an increasing pace. The country currently produces 50.000 tonnes of garbage and according to EMRA,  there have been around 40 applications for obtaining license to produce energy from garbage. EMRA sources also indicate that a total capacity of 100 MW have been installed and in operation. It is estimated that a plant enough to supply 10.000 houses can be completed by investing approximately USD  1,5 million.

 

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