Technology » A model for integrated biogas production with vermicomposting (Agriculture And Animal Husbandry)

A model for integrated biogas production with vermicomposting
In this technology package kitchen waste and municipal waste (replacing cow dung) materials are utilized for the production of biogas in two levels. The slurry, produced in primary biogas plant is taken through a pipe / channel to secondary bio gas plants and then taken to the vermicompost unit where it is used for primary decomposition. After primary decomposition, the waste is fed to earthworms for the production of vermicompost.

Developed By: Vivekananda Institute of Biotechnology

Current Status: The model is well established and being propagated.

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