Indian Railway’s first Waste to Energy Plant uses “Poly Crack” Technology

  • The East Coast Railways commissioned the first waste-to-energy plant of Railways sector of India. It is the fourth such plant in the country. The plant has been set up at a cost of Rs 1.79 crores with Polycrack technology.

Poly Crack Technology

  • In Polycrack Technology, waste is processed and reformed in 24 hours. The only drawback is that it requires larger area. The technology involves de-polmerization, cracking, reforming, scrubbing, particle filtration and rapid quenching.
  • The major benefit of the method is that it does not require pre-segregation.
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