Dairy company to set up four Indian biogas plants

India-based Banas Dairy is planning to set up four biogas plants with an estimated total value of ₹320 million (€4 million), Times of India reports.

Banas chairman Shankar Chaudhary will lay the foundation stones for each biogas plant at Ratnapura (Bhiladi), Dama Semen Station (Deesa), Thavar (Dhanera) and Danta Chilling Centre in Banaskantha.

“The problem is in meeting the energy needs without destroying the environment. So we have [set] up these biogas plants which are environmentally safe,” said Chaudhary.

Banaskantha biogas plants will require 160,000 kg of dung daily. Farmers who send dung to the plant will be paid.

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