SNV/BSP had organized a biogas training course from 17 to 20 May 2000 for the trainers of Junior Biogas Technicians (JBT) of the Institute of Engineering (IOE), Pokhara with the participation of 16 trainees having engineering background (Engineers and Overseers). The training was rated very useful. Subsequently, with support from SNV/BSP, Centre of Energy Studies (CES) of the Institute of …
This case study is about a large-scale community-led water and environmental sanitation project in the rural area of Shaanxi Province, China. Up to June 2007 the project serves approximately 196,000 beneficiaries and has a total investment of € 1.8 million.
Objectives of the project are delivery of sustainable health and hygiene benefits to children and their families through improvement in …
Toilet linked biogas plants have been implemented at some scale in different villages in some districts of Gujarat by WASTE, Netherlands and FINISH Society, India. In an earlier study, the performance of such toilet linked biogas plants was compared to non- toilet linked biogas plants. The economic benefits of application of toilet linked biogas plant slurry on agricultural lands for different …
Biogas from cow dung with or without toilet linkage is in practice for over 3 decades in India. It
is supported by the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy, Government of India and State
Governments. However, the toilet linked biogas plant programme could not get required momentum, even
though it has several advantages.
To overcome the problem, the additional economic importance / advantages of …
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