WASTE-TO-ENERGY FOR A SUSTAINABLE TOMORROW…
Kitchen Food Waste / Dairy Waste in Rural Households…
We all generate Kitchen Food Waste as part of our routine and that waste is disposed off in the open or thrown out of the house.
The cow is an integral part of Sustainable Rural Economy and dairy is part of the farming system in India.
- 75% of Rural Households own on average, two (02) to four (04) animals
- About one third (1/3) of the Rural Income is dependent upon Cows
- Dairy generates additional and regular sourced of income
- 80% of the Dairy business is in the unorganized sector
In household the kitchen waste and in dairy sheds and middle dairy farms, the dairy shed effluent/wastewater or manure from dairy cows can be converted into biogas using “Organic Food / Farm Waste Factory“. The biogas can be used for cooking in the household and for boiling and pasteurizing the milk before packing it. The organic liquid fertilizer generated at the middle dairy farms can be also packed and sold to marginal and small farmers.
Waste in Larger Dairy Farms…
For Dairy Farms with ten (10) or more cattle we can offer them a solution for generating up to 29 cubic meter of cooking gas every day.
Kitchen Food Waste in Restaurants…
City Restaurants generate organic food waste as an output of their operations. This waste can be converted into biogas kit and used by the Restaurants as an alternative energy source for cooking and boiling water. Also, the biogas kit ensures pollution compliance as the waste is processed in a much systematic manner and not dumped in open spaces.