AD plant in Nashik to start operations soon

The AD plant in Nashik, Maharashtra, is expected to be commissioned and start operations within the next 2 weeks, with a delay of around 5 months. The project was executed by the Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC), with additional funding from the German “Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit” (GIZ). The energy that is set free by the processed waste at the Nashik AD plant will serve to supply Nashik’s nearby compost plant with power. The new biogas plant has a capacity of around 250 kW and will be able to treat 20 metric tons of biowaste and 10 kilolitres of septage daily. This was reported by the Economic Times.

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