Addressing the 73rd episode of his monthly radio programme, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday appreciated a local vegetable market — Bowenpally Sabzi Mandi — of Hyderabad which is generating electricity from vegetable leftovers and turning waste into wealth.
PM Modi also mentioned how people in Haryana”s Panchkula and Arunachal Pradesh”s Tawang are involved in eco-friendly solutions.
He said that at ”Bowenpally Sabzi Mandi”, waste is now being turned into wealth.
“We have observed that in sabzi mandis, vegetables rot due to multiple reasons spreading unhygienic conditions. However, traders at Hyderabad”s Bowenpally Sabzi Mandi decided to produce electricity out of waste vegetables. This is the power of innovation,” he said.
“At Bowenpally Sabzi Mandi, waste is now being turned into wealth. This is the journey of turning garbage into gold. From there almost 10 tonnes of waste is collected in a plant every day. Also, 500 units of electricity is produced daily apart from about 30 kg biofuel,” he added.
The Prime Minister said that that the electricity which is produced from the waste material is used to illuminate the mandi and the bio-fuel is used in the mandi canteen for cooking.
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