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April , 2015
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Can incinerators help manage India's growing waste management problem?

Source: The Economic Times, Date: April , 2015

The Okhla Waste To Energy (WTE) plant sits in 15 acres of prime land, between the Apollo Hospital and the offices of country's top scientific research body, CSIR. In close proximity to the plant are Holy Family and Escorts Heart Institute, and Sukhdev Vihar, with a large residential population comprising doctors and engineers. Not too far are Friends Colony and Maharini Bagh where some of the rich and well connected people of Delhi live. It is easy to smell the plant from a distance, even before you begin to see it. 

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