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600 cu.mtr capacity Bio gas plant and gas storage system in installation and commissioning stage. Bio gas is produced from High BOD industrial effluent generated from the process. The purified gas is used in boiler as a fuel to replace the rice husk. The entire plant process is automatic.


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