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Oct 18, 2020
8:37AM

CSIR-CMERI's decentralised waste management technology can help reductions in CO2 emissions

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Decentralised Waste Management technology developed by CSIR-CMERI can result in drastic reduction of expenditure related to Transportation Logistics and in the Indian Scenario can help reductions in CO2 emissions, by reducing fossil fuel usage. The Scientifically Decentralised Waste Processing Hubs will help multiply outreach for various locations and will also boost the manufacturing potential for the residents of the region. This CSIR-CMERI MSW Technology envisions a Zero-Landfill and a Zero Waste City in addition to developing Job-Creation opportunities. This technology will also help create a revived Green Energy reliant India.

Prof Harish Hirani, Director, CSIR-CMERI, Durgapur, said, that ineffective processing of Wastes are the root of many diseases as the dumped Landfills become the Contamination Hubs for Pathogens, Bacteria and Viruses. He also said that the CSIR-CMERI developed Municipal Solid Waste Processing Facility has not only helped achieving Decentralized Decimation of Solid Wastes, but has also helped create value-added end-products from abundantly available redundant stuff such as Dry Leaves, Dry Grass etc. The primary focus of CSIR-CMERI is to unburden the common households from the segregation responsibilities through Advanced Segregation techniques.

The Decentralized Solid Waste Management Plant developed by CSIR-CMERI has all the potential to manage the COVID and other viruses available in the wastes.

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