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Use of waste bio mass like dried fallen leaves, twigs, cut grass, compacted rice husk, waste coconut shells etc for generation of electrical energy is an environment friendly method of disposal of bio waste.

IROAF  has developed Waste to Energy Plant 

·   Waste to energy plant

o   Setting up of waste to energy plant for converting bio-waste into electrical energy to avoid need of land fill for dumping bio-waste and to generate electrical energy.

 Ø  A waste to energy plant of Capacity one tonne waste per day commissioned at Kishan       Ganj Railway Colony in Delhi to produce 80 KWhr of Electric Energy per day.




Source : Indian Railways Organization For Alternate Fuels (IROAF) CMS Team Last Reviewed on: 09-08-2017  


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