New CBG plant to be built in Brahmapur

Representational Image. Picture credit: Vortexrealm, CC BY 3.0,

A new compressed biogas (CBG) plant is to be set up at Brahmapur, in Buxar district, Bihar, according to Live Hindustan. A company named GNIGPL is working on the project, together with India’s gas company GAIL (India) Limited.

The plant is supposed to convert straw, cow and buffalo dung, corn stalks, poultry farm waste, and agricultural waste into CBG, starting in 2022. Investment costs are said to amount to INR 140 million (EUR 1.6 million), as further reported.

Read Previous

New study: Chandigarh focuses on waste segregation at source

Read Next

New Bio CNG facility planned in Jamshedpur