Perth-based AnaeCo has secured its second international agreement in as many weeks for deployment of its patented waste-management technology.
The company has announced a memorandum of understanding with Indian company Brisanzia Technologies to explore implementing the DiCOM technology at a suitable site under Indian licence.
It follows an announcement earlier this month that the company had entered a similar agreement with east coast company Repindo Resources to explore deployment in Iraq.
Under the Indian-focused agreement AnaeCo would be responsible for managing the design and commissioning of the facility while Brisanzia would take care of project management, construction, operations and maintenance.
The DiCOM technology turns waste into biogas, compost and recyclable material and is being ramped up to commercial operation at the Western Metropolitan Regional Council’s waste management facility in Shenton Park.
Brisanzia said India was facing a “burgeoning” issue in terms of unprecedented growth in volumes of waste and AnaeCo’s technology could provide a suitable solution.