Sembcorp Industries to build its largest waste-to-energy plant in Singapore for $250m
Sembcorp Industries (SCI) said it will invest over $250 million to build, own and operate a facility capable of producing 140 tonnes per hour of steam using industrial and commercial waste collected by Sembcorp's solid waste management operations.
The development of this plant is in line with the company's drive to offer the best and most competitive solutions to its customers, while helping them reduce their carbon footprint.
This will be its largest energy-from-waste plant in Singapore to date.
To be located in the Sakra area of Jurong Island, the new facility will consist of two boilers capable of producing a combined 140 tonnes per hour of high-pressure process steam. This investment will be funded through a combination of bank borrowings and internal sources.