Introduction

Project Biogas

Humans strive to survive. Village is the first birthplace of a striving community, life as well as living seems so hard in village compared to the modern urban life. It applies for all necessary aspects. As village is the main source of essential need-production province. But it lacks all the prerequisite for a normal life to be lived.

Biogas is also known as Gobar gas. The gases produced by decomposition of organic matter such as municipal waste, plant material, agricultural waste, cow dung, human waste, sewage, food waste, green waste. The end product of biogas is methane.

Objective of Biogas:
  • To support villages in effectively managing their cattle waste, agricultural waste/residue and all other organic waste.
  • To support communities to convert their organic waste (especially cattle waste) to wealth through the generation of manure and energy from waste.
  • To promote environmental sanitation and curb vector-borne diseases through effective disposal of waste in rural areas.
  • To create livelihood opportunities in rural areas and enhance the income of farmers and other rural people by supporting them to convert their waste to wealth.

In rural areas in India, a significant part of the energy requirement is in the domestic sector and is met by fuel wood and cattle dung cake. This is not a healthy practice, which needs to be changed to improve the rural economy and quality of life. In this context, biogas is an efficient domestic fuel that keeps the house and environment clean, unlike the burning of wood or dung cake associated with environmental pollution.

In addition, biogas is a decentralised system. As a result, the household becomes self-sufficient on domestic energy requirements so the villagers can obtain clean cooking fuel and Bio fertilisers.

Climate change brought about the public’s perspective that renewable energy, such as solar power, is a requirement for sustainable development in the future. It also introduced a new carbon trading market resulting from international legislation (Kyoto Protocol) to limit the increase of greenhouse gases, such as CO2, which is thought to be the primary factor for climate change.

Project - Biogas

We are glad to inform you that we have completed the fabrication and installation of all  10 Biogas plants bearing S.No. 01 to 10. We now attach the proof and beneficiary details for the same. Koodugal felt immense pleasure in collaborating with Lennox International for this project and hoping to unite in the next phase, even bigger and better.  

Details of the beneficiary are as follows

Biogas Plant No. - S.No. 01

Name: Mr Murugan | Occupation: Farmer

Biogas Plant No. - S.No. 02

Name: Mr Vediyyapan | Occupation: Two Wheeler Mechanic

Biogas Plant No. - S.No. 03

Name: Mr Maadan | Occupation: Cattle-stock

Biogas Plant No. - S.No. 04

Name: Mr Sankar | Occupation: Farmer & Milk poultry

Biogas Plant No. - S.No. 05

Name: Mr Perumal | Occupation: Maison

Biogas Plant No. - S.No. 06

Name: Mr Dharman | Occupation: Cattle-Stock

Biogas Plant No. - S.No. 07

Name: Mr Vadivelan | Occupation: Agriculture

Biogas Plant No. - S.No. 08

Name: Mr Manivel | Occupation: Daily-wages

Biogas Plant No. - S.No. 09

Name: Mr Raja | Occupation: Agriculture

Biogas Plant No. - S.No. 10

Name Mr Sivalingam | Occupation: Agriculture
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