TOKYO -- Hitachi Zosen will construct a garbage-burning power plant in the Manila metropolitan area, the Philippines' first such facility.
The project carries a price tag of around 40 billion yen ($395 million), including the initial investment and costs for running the facility for two decades. The Japanese plant engineering company will create a special-purpose company to undertake the project.
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