Krungthep Thanakom Co (KT), the business arm of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), recently floated a new project to better deal with the enormous amount of rubbish in Bangkok - a power plant which generates electricity from trash.
Rubbish collected from around Bangkok piles up at City Hall’s garbage dump in the Nong Khaem area. The enormous amount of trash generated by Bangkok residents each day has prompted City Hall’s Krungthep Thanakom Co to build a garbage-fuelled power plant. PAWAT LAOPAISARNTAKSIN
The planned power plant, which will involve an initial investment of 2 billion baht, is part of KT's scheme to manage household rubbish and produce clean energy.
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