Stock of Antony Waste rises 5% on Moshi project completion

Antony Waste Handling Cell has successfully completed the 14MW/1,000 TPD Integrated Waste to Energy Project at Moshi, Pimpri. This cutting-edge initiative exemplifies the company's commitment to circularity and aligns with global sustainability goals, positioning it at the forefront of environmental leadership in the G20 community. 

This Integrated Waste to Energy Project represents Maharashtra's first such venture into waste-to-energy conversion and signifies a major milestone in the region's sustainable development journey. Developed under the Design, Build, Operate, and Transfer (DBOT) model on a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) basis, the project's concession period spans 21 years, with the company’s step-down subsidiary, Antony Lara Renewable Energy leading the initiative. The company invested in about Rs 247 crore for the project.

Recently, the company's wholly-owned subsidiary AG Enviro Infra Projects Private Limited secured an order worth Rs 1,024 crore. The order involves the collection, transportation, processing, and disposal of construction & demolition waste in the western division of Mumbai. 

Antony Waste Handling Cell is engaged in the business of mechanical power sweeping of roads, collection and transportation of waste, and waste to energy projects, and undertakes the designing, construction, operation, and maintenance of the integrated waste management facility in Kanjurmarg, Mumbai. The company is one of the top five players in the Indian municipal waste management industry with a track record of 20 years. 

Today, the stock opened at Rs 317.30, with a high and low of Rs 337.00 and Rs 315.85. The stock closed trading at Rs 331.45, up by 5.42%.

The stock has a 52-week high of Rs 367.95 and a 52-week low of Rs 239.05. The company has a ROCE of 18.0% and an ROE of 15.1% with a market capitalisation of Rs 938 crore.

In the last six months, the shares of the company have given about 14% returns, and Investors should keep a close eye on this stock.

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