OMJASVIN M D ByExpress News ServiceCHENNAI: In a move to boost wet waste processing, the corporation has given work orders to construct four bio-compressed natural gas (bio-CNG) plants.
While the Chetpet plant will have a capacity of 50 metric tonnes, the other three will be 100 metric tonnes each.
As per the study, bio-CNG has commercial, industrial and automotive values and can be used in restaurants, cement factories, public transport and CNG-fitted vehicles.
According to MNRE data, the country has 17 bio-CNG plants out of which, Maharashtra tops with five plants while Tamil Nadu has one.
Corporation officials said the four plants would bring down 350 mts of metric waste from going to landfills.
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