Waste Management

Waste Management

Landfills: Building and managing engineered landfills that are designed to safely contain and dispose of solid waste. Modern landfills are equipped with liner systems to prevent leachate contamination and gas collection systems to capture methane for energy generation.

Waste-to-Energy Plants: Constructing waste-to-energy facilities that incinerate solid waste to produce electricity or heat. These plants help reduce the volume of waste and generate renewable energy.

Recycling Facilities: Establishing recycling centers with sorting and processing equipment to separate recyclable materials such as paper, plastics, glass, and metals for reuse.

Waste Collection Depots: Setting up waste collection depots equipped with storage areas for different types of waste and vehicles for transporting waste to processing or disposal sites.

Sewage Treatment Plants: Developing sewage treatment plants that treat and purify wastewater before discharging it into water bodies or reusing it for non-potable purposes.

Biogas Digesters: Installing anaerobic digestion systems to treat organic waste and produce biogas, which can be used for energy or converted to compressed natural gas (CNG) for vehicles.