CNG from meat, fish waste will run buses: Nitin Gadkari
By Dna 24-Sep-2019
- Reiterating the government's stand of replacing fossil fuels with alternative sources of energy, Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari on Monday said buses will soon run on Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) produced by processing stubble and food waste.
- The Union Minister said work to convert stubble, which is usually burnt after the crops are harvested, into CNG has already been initiated in Ludhiana.
- Further, the process to convert the food waste such as mutton, fish, fruits, and vegetables into Bio-CNG will be launched in Maharashtra in the next two months.
- The CNG thus produced by separating methanol and carbon dioxide (CO2) will be used as fuel for buses.
- Gadkari, who is also in charge of Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME), said that the ministry has given a green flag to finance the plant in Ludhiana where stubble will be converted into CNG.
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