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Ratchaburi Farms Biogas Project at SPM Farm

From USD 1.50 Available tonnes: 23,347
This biogas project at SPM Farm is located at Pak Thor District, Ratchaburi Province, Thailand. The project consists of a high-rate continuous flow closed anaerobic treatment reactor to treat the barn flushing effluents produced by SPM’s swine rearing operations.

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Avoidance of methane emissions from Municipal Solid Wa…

From USD 1.00 Available tonnes: 50,466
This project activity entails production of organic manure-‘Enrich’ from municipal solid waste (MSW) and food waste (comprising of fish waste and coconut husk) through composting. The same is being developed by Krishi Rasayan Private Limited, the project proponent.

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The TIMARPUR-OKHLA Waste Management Company Pvt Ltd's…

From USD 0.90 Available tonnes: 264,458
Timarpur Okhla Integrated Waste processing facility is India's first waste-to-energy project. It was established in January 2012 under a public-private partnership model of the Government of Delhi. This facility processes 2,000 tonnes of solid waste per day and produces 16 MW of renewable energy.

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Thailand Small Scale Livestock Waste Management Progra…

From USD 1.50 Available tonnes: 51,817
The purpose of this Programme of Activities (PoA), developed by Energy Research and Development Institute – Nakornping of Chiang Mai University (ERDI) is to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from piggeries manure in Thailand by converting anaerobic lagoons to closed anaerobic treatment digesters with biogas capture and…

8288

IOT Mabagas Limited power plant, Pudhuchatram

From USD 6.95 Available tonnes: 605
This Gold Standard project, located in Namakkal, India, converts up to 120,000 tons/year of chicken litter and other industrial residues into renewable electricity. The project activity mitigates environmental and hygienic problems as well as supports regional smallholders to implement sustainable agriculture.

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LFG flaring project at Dubai, UAE

From USD 40.00 Available tonnes: 1,960
The UAE and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) are still land filling their waste. The UAE and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) are still land filling their waste .The CH4 Methane emitted by landfills is a Greenhouse Gas (GHG), 27 times more harmful than CO2. Green Energy Solutions & Sustainability LLC is degassing t…