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WorldAsiaNepal's Prime Minister Prachanda saw the cleanliness management work in the country's cleanest city Indore

Nepal’s Prime Minister Prachanda saw the cleanliness management work in the country’s cleanest city Indore

Also visited the plant for making bio CNG from organic waste.

Bhopal. Prime Minister of Nepal Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ on Friday evening saw the sanitary management functions in the country’s cleanest city Indore. . During this, he visited Asia’s largest and the first and unique plant of its kind in the country to make Bio CNG from organic waste. This plant was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in February 2022. This plant is built under the Waste to Wealth Gobar-Dhan scheme. On this occasion, Minister in Waiting and Water Resources Minister Tulsiram Silavat and Mayor Pushyamitra Bhargava welcomed Prime Minister Prachanda.

Prachanda took information about the plant through power point presentation. He along with his cabinet members and officials saw the process of making bio-CNG from organic waste and took information. He also inquired about the commercial benefits of CNG. Prachanda showed interest in setting up a Bio CNG plant in Nepal. He also expressed expectation of cooperation from Indore Municipal Corporation in this regard.

On this occasion, Mayor Bhargava and Municipal Commissioner Harshika Singh gave detailed information regarding the Bio CNG plant. He was told that this Bio CNG plant is based on PP model. On the establishment of this plant where Municipal Corporation Indore does not have to bear any financial burden. On the other hand, the agency setting up the plant is giving a fixed amount as premium to the Municipal Corporation every year. Where one more bio CNG gas is being produced from this plant, on the other hand high quality organic compost food is also being made available. The gas generated from the plant is also being used in public transport buses operated by the Municipal Corporation. Apart from this, carbon credits are also being earned from the operation of the above plant.

Nepal’s Prime Minister Prachanda also reached the dry waste segregation center located in Devguradia and saw the process of segregation here.

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