Concerns for energy conservation, developing sustainable energy sources and interest towards national energy security benefits combined with growing environmental pollution is necessitating the search for renewable energy sources. Of the renewable energy sources, biomass is highly flexible and the least cost alternative.

To counter the growing problem of waste disposal in the Capital, the Municipal Corporation of Delhi is developing ultramodern sanitary landfill sites at three locations in Jaitpur, Narela-Bawana and B

Dhalaos will soon be a thing of the past. The Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) hopes to begin door-to-door garbage collection in Shahdara (south) in next 45 days. They also plan to float tenders to invite private parties to carry out the collection in Najafgarh and South zone within the next three weeks.

ignoring the growing worldwide concern over waste-to-energy plants and incineration, the district administration in Karachi has tied up with a Malaysian firm to build a similar plant. The project

The latest report on National master plan (NMP) by the Ministry of Non-conventional energy. This NMP provides a framework for waste-to-energy programme for India besides a means of processing/treatment for safe disposal of waste.

Disposal of untreated wastes into land and water bodies from tanneries results in air and water pollution as well as emission

Treatment of wet organic waste such as kitchen waste has been currently one of the important environmental issues that need to be resolved. Kitchen waste has a potential to recover biogas by application of anaerobic treatment.

If ever a good Hindu should want to take the train between Linkoping and Vastervik in Sweden, it might be best not to think it runs on dead cows

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