DP deploys its newest AIMS technology for MSW

DP CleanTech Ltd signed a contract to supply and commission the boiler island (boiler+ grate); plant automation and flue gas cleaning systems for combined combustion and biological treatment facility for MSW in Sri Lanka. The landmark waste to energy project is being developed by Fairway Waste Management (Pvt) Ltd, a Public Private Partnership with the Sri Lankan Government.

For this ground-breaking project, DP will be deploying its newest “one-stopâ€? proprietary solution – the Advanced Integrated Multi Waste System (AIMS) for which DP’s highly efficient and well-proven individual technologies have been fully integrated and optimized in an end-to-end process for MSW sorting and materials recovery, thermal combustion and biological treatment of organic and inorganic waste fractions.

The Karadiyana Waste Processing facility in Colombo District, Western Province, will process up to 500 MT (metric tons)/day of fresh municipal solid waste (MSW); 140 MT/day of organic waste and 50 MT of leachate – thus reducing landfill waste from the catchment area by up to 90%, and immediately improving the local environment. The plant will be the first waste to energy facility in Sri Lanka to meet all international environmental standards.

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