are transformed into sustainable energy

Millions of rubbish that are evicted in Bento Gonçalves, Rio Grande do Sul will be converted into sustainable energy. The Solids power plant should enter into force at the end of 2019 or early 2020, and promises to produce enough electricity to supply all the city buildings, including schools and secretariats.

According to the chief Superintendent of the company responsible for the project of the plant, Maurício Dias Fernandes, this project is new in Brazil, but in Europe and Japan has already been deployed. It has been more than 10 years searching abroad for a way to make and create a new model of generating energy that does not cause harmful gases to the environment. In addition, Fernandes guarantees that the proposal is also to produce economy for the city.

The entire work will have cost of R $54,000,001 contract of 35 years with the city council, as it ceded the space for construction of the solids plant. The place that was chosen for the work is the valley of the vineyards.

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