After the inauguration, Maheshwari urged the residents to set up a similar plants in their residential pockets.
A waste-to-fuel conversion plant was set up at Sector 71 in Noida on Saturday.
The plant, which will convert kitchen waste into bio-gas in eco-friendly manner, was inaugurated by Chief Executive Officer of Noida Authority, Ritu Maheshwari, at a ceremony organised.
After the inauguration, Maheshwari urged the residents to set up a similar plants in their residential pockets for solid waste management.
She said, “We expect from all the RWAs or AOAs to replicated the initiative and set up such kinds of plants to dispose off solid waste.”
“This is going to be a solution to waste disposal in the city. It would be very good if a mechanised waste disposal unit is set up at all residential pockets. This will help a lot as the waste would be disposed of at society level. It would reduce dumping activity,” she added.
The plant is going to be the second bio-methanation devise. Bio-methanation is a process by which organic material is converted into bio-gas.
The fuel generated from conversion of waste can be used for cooking or lighting. It has a disposing capacity of 500 kg per day.