Union Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Wednesday inaugurated ‘energy from waste’ biodiesel plant in Navi Mumbai. Muenzer Bioindustrie GmbH, a company in Central Europe, has set up the biodiesel plant.
Pradhan inaugurated the plant via video conference. The plant will convert used cooking oil into biodiesel, an innovative model of converting #Waste2Wealth and is further expected to add to India’s energy security and help create alternate sources of energy.
“I am happy that they have accepted my offer to invest in Indian Biofuel program. Inauguration of this Bio-Diesel plant, formally marks the entry of Muenzer Bioindustrie in India,” Pradhan said. Read More
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