Posts Tagged ‘Biogas Plant’

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Fuel from Mule dung

Fuel from Mule dung

Vaishno Devi Shrine Board at Katra (J&K) found a novel solution to the waste generated by mules. The Board has come up with the mule dung based biogas plant near the shrine where 40 tonnes of mule dung will be converted into fuel pellets. The plant is currently on trial run and will be commissioned

Fuel from kitchen waste!

Fuel from kitchen waste!

An eco-friendly method to treat garbage may soon come your way. The biogas plant developed at the Integrated Rural Technology Centre (IRTC) can treat all kitchen waste produced in a house and turn it into biogas which can be used for cooking purpose. The 500-litre capacity plant can produce biogas that lasts for over one-and-a-half

Biogas Project in Haryana

Biogas Project in Haryana

Haryana will soon have a large scale biogas plant and bottling facility for use in cooking, transport and fertilizers. The Union Ministry of new Renewable Energy has sanctioned the project to set up a biogas fertilizer plant at Shri Haryana Goshala, Hansi, Hisar. This would be the first plant of its kind to be installed

Big CIGAR keeps environment clean

Big CIGAR keeps environment clean

Seen from a distance, the giant septic tank installation made from High Density Polyethylene (HDPE), resembles a giant balloon that has been planted in the earth. The blue installation is located among cattle feedlots owned by PT Santosa Agrindo (Santori) in Bumiaji Kampung, Anaktuha subdistrict, Central Lampung Regency. The septic tank, which measures 90 by

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