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Kerala gets its first bio-waste plant

Keralas first bio-waste plant that uses organic waste converter technology started operations last month. Urban Affairs Minister Manjalamkuzhy Ali inaugurated the facility set up by the Corporation of Thrissur.

The waste converter, set up at a cost of Rs 98 lakh at the Shakthan Thampuran market, will process 40 tonnes of bio-degradable waste and convert it into manure.A? In addition to the new plant, there are nine biogas plants under the corporation limits at West Fort, Ayyanthole, Aranattukara, Anappara, Olari, Mannuty, Ollur, Ayyanthole and Cheerachi. maxifort farma.

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