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Composting of Organic Content of Municipal Solid Waste in Lahore

The project is engaged in aerobic windrow type composting of Municipal Solid Waste up to 1,000 tons/ day. The project was registered on 5/04/2010 with UNFCCC having registered number 2778.

Sectorial Scope 1 - Energy industries (renewable - / non-renewable sources) 13 – Waste Handling and Disposal

Selected Methodology AM0025 version 11 “Avoided emissions from organic waste through alternative waste treatment processes”

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Pakistan

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Composting of Organic Content of Municipal Solid Waste in Lahore

Pakistan

Contact: Adeel Ahmad

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