Karnataka: GAIL plans to set up CBG Plants in 15 Districts

Bengaluru: The Karnataka government is likely to approve a proposal by GAIL Gas Limited (GGL) to set up Compressed bio-gas (CBG) plants in 15 districts across the state. This move is aimed at improving waste management in districts other than Bengaluru, many of which do not have a well-planned waste management system, reported Deccan Herald.

According to the media report, GAIL officials engaged with Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and Deputy Chief Minister D K Shivakumar to present the proposal and secure government approval. The government is inclined to support these initiatives, given the gradual development of many districts, leading to a substantial increase in waste production.

According to the proposal, GAIL will establish 100 TPD (tonnes per day) plants across 15 districts, with an estimated cost of Rs 450 crore, and will also cover the operational expenses.


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