Thursday, November 29, 2012


In order to put an end to the garbage problem which is eating up the garden city, The Bangalore Corporation is setting up 12 Nisargruna biogas plant across the city.
These plants convert biodegradable wastes into methane and other organic matter.
Nisargruna biogas plant is based on the technology developed by Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai.

Since these plants are biphasic, which is aerobic followed by anaerobic more methane can be produced. Methane enriched biogas can be directly used for heating or for generating electricity.

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