Solid waste collection, disposal, landfill and recycling

New waste to energy plant as a DBFO project where the waste disposal capacity is sold to a state owned single buyer but with the ability to sell capacity to third parties wishing to dispose of commercial and industrial waste

  • Assumes that the procuring entity identifies the site on which the project will be built
  • Project scope does not include associated infrastructure, such as water pipelines and electricity transmission which will be provided by the state owned buyer (and specifically ensures that the state ensures an appropriate site. Grid connection works may form part of the infrastructure work however
  • Technology is neutral in this matrix as there is such a variety of waste to energy solutions from incineration to fuel production/gasification and generating electricity from biogas from waste. Technologies are usually (but international practice varies) not specified by the procuring entity but do result in different technological risks for the project
  • There are markets where waste to energy is emerging not only as a means to handling and disposal of solid waste but as a sustainable energy source. Projects in these markets are not being structured as per developed markets based on “gate fee” disposal cost models but more on an “availability” basis for the conversion of fixed specification solid waste into guaranteed energy level outputs. Essentially, a power project
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