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Vietnam’s largest waste-to-energy plant put into operation

The Soc Son waste-to-energy plant, with a capacity of handling 4,000 tonnes of dry waste per day, was officially put into operation on July 25.

The first generator set of the plant, with a capacity of 15MW, began operation at 8:05 this morning and will burn about 1,000 tonnes of waste per day (equivalent to one seventh of the daily waste generated in Hanoi) to generate electricity.

Vietnam,  largest waste-to-energy plant, put into operation, generate electricity, national grid, largest waste incineration plant

Engineers monitor and operate the waste treatment process after the plant connected to the national power grid on the morning of July 25.

The Soc Son waste-to-energy project is located at the Nam Son Waste Treatment Complex which was approved by the Hanoi People’s Committee in late 2017, at a total investment of 7 trillion VND.

About 20MW of the electricity generated from the incineration process will serve the operation of the plant while about 50MW will be connected to the national grid.

The plant has five incinerators and three generator sets,with the remaining sets expected to begin operation in the coming months in 2022, raising the total capacity to 5,000 tonnes of waste per day (treating 60-70% of Hanoi’s total buried waste).

This is considered the largest waste incineration plant in Vietnam, with a capacity of handling 4,000 tonnes of dry waste per day, equivalent to nearly 5,500 tonnes of wet waste. The investor of the project is Thien Y Environment Energy Joint Stock Company while the contractor is MCC Group from China.

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Source: NDO

Vietnam, largest waste-to-energy plant, put into operation, generate electricity, national grid, largest waste incineration plant
 
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