Noshahr  Waste-to-Energy Plant Near Completion
Noshahr  Waste-to-Energy Plant Near Completion
Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Noshahr Waste-to-Energy Plant Near Completion

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Noshahr Waste-to-Energy Plant Near Completion

A waste-to-energy plant is expected to come on stream in the city of Noshahr, Mazandaran Province, in three months.

“Mazandaran Province produces about 3,000 tons of trash per day, which doubles when the influx of tourists to the province reaches its peak,” Mazandaran’s Governor General Mohammad Eslami told ISNA on Sunday.  
The province hosts thousands of tourists from across the country, especially during the summer and the Iranian New Year holidays, known as Norouz.
Eslami noted that waste processing plans are underway in many Mazandaran cities, including Sari and Tonekabon. 


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