Goa: Two biomethanation plants to be built in Ponda and Valpoi

The Goa government has announced plans to build two 5 TPD biomethanation plants in the municipal councils of Ponda and Valpoi with a total investment of over Rs 5.5 million.

The waste produced in these municipal areas will be used by the facilities to produce electricity. Anaerobic bio-methanation is the process by which organic material is microbiologically transformed into biogas.

The state government has issued a request for proposals for the delivery, installation, testing, and commissioning of the five TPD bio-methanation plants. The proposals also cover five years of facility operation and maintenance, reports The Times of India.

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