Third phase begins on Shanghai project bioenergy project

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Construction on the third phase of a bioenergy recycling project in Shanghai, China, began on 11 December.
With an investment of 1.65 billion yuan (€222 million), the third phase of the Shanghai bioenergy recycling centre will cover nearly 20 hectares in the Laogang ecological and environmental protection base in Pudong New Area.
The project, scheduled for completion in May 2025, is expected to handle 2,000 metric tons of wet waste per day.
According to project investor Shanghai Chengtou Environment Group Corporation,  the third phase will be able to produce more than 3,600 tons of crude oil, 20,000 tons of carbon-based organic fertiliser and 80,000 tons of compressed natural gas annually.

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