Utilizing energy-saving technologies for sustainable growth is gaining traction among businesses in Pakistan after cement manufacturer Flying Cement announced to have successfully installed a Waste Heat Recovery Power Plant (WHRPP).
The company on Monday announced that it has successfully completed the installation and commissioning of a 7.5-megawatt Waste Heat Recovery Power Plant (WHRPP) at its site in Mangowal, district Khushab.
The cement manufacturer was of the view that the employment of this technology will augment our ability to process waste heat absorbed in boilers to produce steam at a suitable pressure to power turbines for the generation of electricity.
“Adoption of Waste Heat Recovery Power Plant (WHRPP) technology will result in significant cost savings in power consumption for the company. It also firms following cements commitment to reducing carbon footprint and contributes towards a green of Pakistan,” the company added.
source : BR