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Vietnam Soc Son waste-to-energy plant hooks up to national grid

The Soc Son waste-to-energy plant, located at the Nam Son Waste Treatment Complex in Hanoi, was connected to the national grid on July 25, 2022

Thien Y Environmental Energy JSC, the project's investor, said from now until the end of September, the plant will operate an incinerator with a capacity of handling 800 tonnes of waste daily. It can produce 15MW of electricity for the grid per hour.

The Soc Son waste-to-energy project was approved by Hanoi authorities in late 2017 with a total investment of 303 million USD.

Once completed, it will be the largest in Vietnam with a capacity of handling 4,000 tons of dry solid waste per day.

Hanoi currently discharges 6,500-7,000 tonnes of waste every day.

According to the city master plan for 2030 with a vision to 2050, Hanoi will have 17 waste treatment zones. However, many have been delayed due to obstacles relating to site clearance

Source: https://en.vietnamplus.vn/soc-son-wastetoenergy-plant-hooks-up-to-national-grid/234426.vnp

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