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DONG ANH WASTE TREATMENT PLANT PROJECT - PLASMA JUMBLY MULTI INTEGRATION TECHNOLOGY PJMI

  • 14-11-2014

The project to build a waste treatment factory in Dong Anh District, Hanoi city, with capacity of 300 tons/day being deployed by Petech Corporation is the first project in Vietnam applied Plasma Jumbly Multi Intergration PJMITM - the technology developed by Petech.

Applying Plasma Jumbly Multi Intergration PJMITM in waste treatment sector is a breakthrough, to replace with the former combustion technology to handle municipal solid waste, industrial waste, hospital waste, low-level nuclear waste, sludge and other liquid wastes effectively.

Municipal solid waste (MSW) in Vietnam is a solid “Jumbly” waste. As such, there is not a single technical solution in the world that is able to deal with the MSW problem of Vietnam ultimately. The Plasma Jumbly Multi Intergration PJMITM is invented by Petech, in order to fully resolve the tangle “Jumbly” of Vietnam’s MSW in the most harmonic way, with a reasonable price and the friendliest to environment.

Thus, applying Plasma Jump Multi Intergration technology PJMITM is the unique innovative� solution at present, to solve the problem of municipal solid waste (MSW) in Vietnam, at the lowest operation cost (USD 16.00/ton raw).

Furthermore, with PJMITM the smallest area occupation (10m2/ton raw)

And the most important:� Rate of landfill is 0%.

Dong an waste treatment factory in place will contain 4 main steps – systems:

  1. System of waste preparation, waste decomposing and Biogas collecting for electric generator.
  2. System of Plasma integrated incinerators, to collect Syngas for generating electricity.
  3. Material recovery and recycle processing line (metal, glass, paper, plastic) and producing compost fertilizer.

�Building material processing line (pavement stones, concrete slabs, revetments etc.…) made from slate.

THE FIRST WASTE TREATMENT PLANT WITH PLASMA PJMI TECHNOLOGY IN VIETNAM IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION AT DONG ANH - HANOI (photo taken on Jan 2016)