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Feasibility study on the use of carbon capture technology at Waste-to-Energy plants launched

The study will be conducted by Keppel Seghers and the National Environment Agency.

Keppel Seghers and the National Environment Agency have joined hands to conduct a feasibility study on the use of carbon capture (CC) technology at Waste-to-Energy (WTE) plants.

According to Keppel Seghers, CC technology can capture carbon dioxide emissions from the WTE process for storage and utilisation.

"This will enable WTE plants to achieve net-zero emissions in their operations, and potentially net negative emissions," said the Keppel unit.

Apart from studying the feasibly of CC technology at WTE plants, Keppel Seghers and NEA will also work together in exploring "opportunities for offtake and storage of captured carbon to close the carbon cycle loop."

"To validate the suitability of CC technologies, the development of a pilot CC facility integrated with selected WTE plants would also be explored," Keppel Seghers added.

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