Mumbai, October 29: Pyrocrat Systems LLP, India’s leading developer & manufacturer of municipal solid waste management machinery ventured into African market. Pyrocrat is become the first Indian company to discuss with Government of Burundi to set up one of the largest waste management project in a Public Private Partnership (PPP) basis. The project will be in similar to company’s present project to manage 300 tons per day of Navi Mumbai’s solid waste.
“The proposed project will be established near Bujumbura which is the capital city of Burundi. The proposed waste management project shall be converting solid waste of Bujumbura into Organic Compost, Refuse Derived Fuel & Recyclables. The project is expected to be operational by October 2016, said Suhas Dixit, CMD, Pyrocrat Systems LLP adding that both India and majority of the African countries does not segregate the waste at source. The solid waste is mixture of bio degradable and non bio degradable material which can be recycled if segregated effectively and where we believe can work hand in hand with Burundi to resolve this issue and we look forward to establishing large scale waste management projects in Africa, added Dixit.
Besides Africa, the Mumbai based company is also planning to tap a reasonable share of USD 170 billion waste management market of developing nations over next three to five years. Like Burundi, we are in talks with various levels of Government agencies as well as with private companies in Middle Eastern countries and South-East Asian nations like Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia among others.
“Pyrocrat is passionate about engineering sustainable waste management solutions. There is ample opportunity to help developing nations in field of waste management. Pyrocrat has patent pending technologies in field of Municipal Solid Waste Management & Waste Plastic to Fuel Pyrolysis Plant. Pyrocrat is unique developer and manufacturer of waste management technologies like plastic pyrolysis, tire pyrolysis & Mechanical Biological Treatment of Municipal Solid Waste. We are expanding our reach to various geographies including Africa, Middle Eastern States and in South East Asian nations,” said Dixit. With this venture the company is expecting almost 4-5 fold jump in revenue over next two to three years, Dixit added.