The Industrial Works Department has requested a budget of 2 billion baht to build Thailand's first large-scale industrial waste incinerator.
The budget, which includes the cost of land and related equipment, will be used to construct an incinerator capable of treating 500 tonnes of waste a day.
Only a small-scale incinerator now exists in Thailand. With a capacity of 50 tonnes a day, the facility is owned by Akkhie Prakarn (AKP), a subsidiary of the SET-listed Better World Green Plc.
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