Futnam India exploring viability of crop waste-based ethanol in Haryana or Punjab

February 18, 2020 |

In India, Devdiscourse reports that Futnam India is working with Haryana Agriculture University to do the initial studies that will eventually lead to a project proposal for an agriculture waste-based ethanol plant in Haryana or Punjab that could be online as soon as 2025. Severe air pollution plagued New Delhi and other parts of the country last year as a result of farmers burning off crop waste which has led the government to pushing for investment in crop-based biofuels. The company is already developing a bamboo-based ethanol plant in Assam.

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