SRF Waste to Energy

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SRF Ltd is one of the leading “Waste to Energy" (W2E) solution companies in India. SRF Waste to Energy has expertise in design, manufacturing, and installation of Waste-to-Energy plants across India to support Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. Anaerobic digestion is a promising eco-friendly method for treatment of organic waste from industrial canteen, restaurants and kitchens. In this process, the organic matter is converted into renewable energy in the form of gas which can be used as fuel. The polymer digesters of SRF Waste to Energy made from SRF Fabrics are far superior than conventional ones.

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Phone: 8754497461
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#601, Sigma Wing, 6th Floor, Raheja Towers, No.177, Mount Road,, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India 600002

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