The proposed facility will utilize an oxygen assisted plasma gasification technology to process commercial, industrial and municipal waste. It is expected to have a capacity to handle around 97,000 tons of feedstock annually, which will be enough to generate 10.2MW of energy.

According to the company, the plant will also feature Materials Recycling Facility, with a capacity to handle approximately120,000 tons of waste annually.

Meanwhile, AMEC and Foster Wheeler are the engineering associates for the development of the project.

The waste-to-energy plant is slated for completion in late 2016. However, the development work is ongoing.