Punjab CM Amarinder Singh has directed officials concerned to explore production of biomass energy by mixing stubble with garbage in order to eliminate garbage accumulation and stubble burning problems. He gave the directions at a meeting of the Local Government department which he chaired.
As per the available data, the total solid waste generation in the state stands at 4,250 tonnes per day and the state is divided into eight clusters for effective solid waste management. This enables common centralised processing facilities and sanitary land filling, which is beneficial for urban local bodies on account of the land constraints, besides being cost-effective.
The CM said this centralised system could easily be used for biomass energy generation through blending of garbage with stubble, which is currently burnt illegally, thus becoming a major source of pollution.
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