16 Dec 2016

PPP Upgrades City’s Wastewater Treatment Plant, Provides Recycled Water for Fracking

How to conserve it and how to ensure a reliable future supply — is an environmental management issue and expense that oil and gas developers take seriously. Because of this energy companies are increasingly looking for ways to reduce fresh water use or treat and reuse reclaimed water from oil

03 Dec 2016

Waste-to-energy project based on PPP at Moshi dump land

As a green Pimpri Chinchwad city initiative, the municipal corporation has planned a waste-to-energy project at Moshi garbage depot on public private partnership basis. The estimated project cost is Rs200 crore. The garbage depot, where mixed waste is dumped, spans over 80 acres. PCMC has implemented mechanical composting and vermicomposting

01 Dec 2016

Lagos State government plans N85b waste management project through PPP

The Lagos State government has signed a $135 million (N85 billion) agreement with a foreign firm as part of its new waste management policy. The Commissioner for the Environment, Dr. Babatunde Adejare said the partnership is under the Public Private Partnership (PPP) and will last for four years. He said

28 Nov 2016

PPP mode proposed for effective garbage disposal

For effective disposal of Construction and Demolition (C&D) waste generated in Greater Hyderabad limits, the GHMC has proposed collection, transportation, processing and management of C&D waste on Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode. Apart from 4,000 tonnes of garbage that Hyderabad generates daily, nearly 500 tonnes per day (TPD) of C&D

03 Nov 2016

BMC is planning to construct a waste treatment plant through PPP

In an effort to curb piling up of construction debris on the roads, the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to set up a waste treatment plant here. BMC sources said around 200 metric tonnes of such waste is generated in the city every day. According to construction and demolition

31 Oct 2016

Caribbean nations needs massive investment through PPP to address water and sanitation issues

Caribbean nations need approximately US$5.5 billion over the next 10 years to address water and sanitation issues, a figure that adds support to the growing calls in the region for more public-private partnerships (PPP) or even full privatisation of the water utility. The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), one of the

14 Sep 2016

Malaysia seeks help from PPP to develop new desalination plant

Johor state, Malaysia, has made public its ambitions to form a public-private partnership to develop what could become the country’s largest desalination plant, thesundaily.my reports. State chief minister Mohamed Khaled Nordin said, “Johor has completed a study of water resources to 2060, and is awaiting federal government approval for its

09 Sep 2016

Recycling plant could be open by spring in Oro-Medonte through PPP

By next spring, a new recycling plant could be functioning in Oro-Medonte Township. Jim Graham, CEO of TRY Recycling said, “Hopes are high construction will begin soon on the new facility at the corner of Line 7 and Old Barrie Road”. “It’s a public/private partnership,” said Graham, who met with

01 Sep 2016

Peru PPP projects worth US$1.5 billion to be unblocked within first 90 days

Edmer Trujillo, the Minister of Housing, Construction and Sanitation proclaimed, “Public-private partnership (PPP) projects, worth US$1.5 billion, will be unblocked within the first 90 days of his administration”.   He said “We plan to unblock several works within the first 90 days and, for instance, 17 out of the 142

31 Aug 2016

BPCL to offer fund for Brahmapuram project

With Kochi Corporation, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) has signed an agreement to provide the local body a viability gap fund (VGF) of Rs.25 crore for the proposed waste-to-electricity project at Brahmapuram. The VGF would be used to pay the difference in the cost of power production and the rate