Preeti Parashar

Chandigarh: In a first of its kind initiative, Haryana has approved a 6 mw power plant to be set up in Barwala (district Panchkula), where power will be generated from poultry waste.

NEW DELHI: Delhi International Airport Limited, which is operating and developing Delhi airport, will soon generate electricity from solid waste.

With the growing demand of handmade paper both in the domestic and export markets, the Indian handmade paper industry has been confronting with the major issue of scarce availability and cost prohibitiveness of the cotton hosiery waste, the traditionally used principal raw material for making handmade paper.

This month, Edward Reilly, 35, finally let go of the television he had owned since his college days.

Although the Mitsubishi set was technologically outdated, it had sat for years in Mr. Reilly

The main challenge for Velankani was the disposal of waste kitchen material. The waste food in the kitchen was being discharged either in the water bodies or the landfills.

Energy from Waste: The biogas plant at Velankani Tech Park.Bio energy from kitchen waste

June 22: Electricity from chicken litter and cooking gas from kitchen waste. Sounds strange? That

By Janardhan Roye

India is the second largest producer of fruits and vegetables in the world. Of the 370 million tonnes of fruits harvested globally, India accounts for 30 million tonnes.

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The biogas plant set up by the City Corporation on the SMV Model Higher Secondary School premises as part of the household-level solid waste management project was inaugurated here on Tuesday. The plant was built under the Kerala Sustainable Urban Development Project (KSUDP).

Sri Lanka has managed to keep the man-elephant conflict at bay. Elephant dung is used to make paper, an excellent source of revenue, and farmers no longer want to harm elephants, writes Michael Patrao

Sri Lanka has a sizeable elephant population, which has been under threat in recent times despite the fact that it is revered in Buddhist culture.

THRISSUR: Students of biotechnology engineering of Sahrdaya College of Engineering and Technology, Kodakara in the district, have come out with a novel project to convert elephant dung into useful bio-products such as paper, briquette, biogas etc. The project can made use to dispose the huge quantity of elephant dung generated at the Anakotta of Guruvayur Devaswom.