Turning waste into electricity
The power plan nearby Badin in Banska Bystrica district has generated nearly 151,000 MWh of electricity from waste during its existence.
The power plan nearby Badin, which is operated by the company Kompala, generated almost 151,000 MWh of electricity over two years of its operation. The plant burnt waste from the neighbourhood to make electricity. „The power plant processed almost 37,000 tons of waste from the surrounding area and generated more than 48,000 MWh of electricity last year,“ company KOMPALA informed news agency SITA.
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