Razon’s Prime Infra creates unit for waste-to-fuel project

 Originally published on GMA News Online (May 19, 2021)

By Ted Cordero

Ports and casino magnate Enrique Razon’s Prime Infrastructure Holdings Corp. said Wednesday it has established a new subsidiary for its waste-to-fuel project being developed in partnership with US-based WasteFuel Global.

In a statement, Prime Infra said the new company, WasteFuel Philippines, is evaluating the feasibility of putting up a biorefinery in Luzon that would convert over one million tons of municipal waste into 30 million gallons of low-carbon synthetic crude oil annually.

The biorefinery plant is eyed to be operational by 2025.



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