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Indian Railways to Have Biodigesters on Trains to Convert Human Waste

At long last, I get to read something really interesting the Indian public sector is doing – sustainable treatment of human waste, and that too on our Indian Railways. We all know what happens to the millions of tons of human waste we generate while on trains, especially long distance trains. Isn’t there a better […]

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Posted in: Society and Community, Transportation, Waste to Energy

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Thiruvananthapuram Govt School Produces Biogas for Cooking Mid Day Meals

This is some excellent stuff. Sree Moola Vilasom (SMV) Government Model Higher Secondary School is one of the oldest schools in Thiruvananthapuram city. Established by Swathi Thirunal Maharaja of the Travancore Kingdom in 1836, today this school is imparting education to more than 3000 children. The children of this school are getting one of the […]

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Posted in: Biogas, Cities, MSW, Schools, Waste to Energy

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TNEB Engineer in Coimbatore Gets Biogas from Septic Tanks to Cook His Meals

A retired TNEB engineer has come out with a unique biogas producing system from his septic tank. Retired additional chief engineer P. Selvan cooks his meals using the gas generated by the septic tank and as recognition of his effort, the District Rural Development Agency has provided a subsidy of Rs8,000 for the project. Selvan, […]

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Posted in: Bio Energy, Biogas, Waste to Energy

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