Indore swacchhta model now makes many countries to copy city’s bio-methanation model for treatment of wet waste into Bio-CNG.
There are 72 Asian as well as African countries who are following indore.
There is a resolution with regard to the same thing passed in a confernce of international Forum for Sustainable Asia and Pacific held recently in Tokyo. The same conference was held jointly by United Nations and Government of Japan on Sustainable Technologies.
In the conference, Indore Municipal Corporation’s waste management consultant Asad Warsi was invited as a technical expert to give a presentation about technical features of biomethanation plant that is set up in Indore for producing bio-CNG out of wet waste generated in city daily.
A resolution has been passed by UN and it has been decided that the model of Indore’s biomethanation plant will be replicated in about 72 countries of Asia Pacific Region,which will include 52 Asian countries and 20 African countries.
Mr. Asad Warsi also said that Indore’s biomethanation model was found to be one of the sustainable ,cost effective zero waste model for the wet waste managemeny. Besides, its operation and monitoring are also foolproof.
Around 35 tonne wet waste is treated daily at these two facilities and more than 1300kg bio-CNG is produced every day . This bio-CNG is used to run city buses.