Vice President Highlights Comparative Merits of Bio-Gas Waste Transformer Plant

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Dr. Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh, paid a surprise visit to inspect a newly installed bio-gas electricity plant at the Well Woman Clinic in Aberdeen

By Edward Vamboi

 In a very pro-active move recently, the Vice President of Sierra Leone, Dr. Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh,  paid a surprise visit to inspect a newly installed bio-gas electricity plant at the Well Woman Clinic in Aberdeen. This plant, which is using waste to generate electricity, will supply 4 kilowatts of gas electricity and 6 kilowatts of thermal to the clinic.

Being a premier cutting edge technology in the country, the generating plant transforms waste into electricity. The installed facility is a test run and the providers, the MASADA WASTE TRANSFORMER are looking forward to expanding this facility in the country on a public private partnership model.

The project manager Ms Aminata Dumbuya intimated the VP that the plant is capable of producing more kilowatts power depending on the size and availability of waste.

The VP expressed satisfaction with the installation highlighting the comparative advantages of such a facility given its flexible and adaptable model that suits communities and certain social infrastructure in the country.

VP Juldeh Jalloh was accompanied by the MP of the Aberdeen Constituency, Hon. Mohamed Sheriff Rahman-Coker, Councillor Ahmed Karim Bangura and a host of major stakeholders in the community.

newly installed bio-gas electricity plant

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