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Rapid population growth and increase in living standards have been persisting issues for environmentalists and the population alike. Adding to the recurring menace is the open burning by the farmers to clear the agricultural land which generates CO2 and other pollutants.
Incorrect and low scale management of agricultural biomass waste are heavy contributors to climate change, water and soil pollution and also local air pollution. Subsequently, it causes problems like rotting biomass waste which emits methane, – a lethal and devastating greenhouse gas.
Every year an enormous waste amount of waste approximately 2.12 Billion tons is wasted. A whopping 100 billion metric tons per year of biomass is generated every year. However, if properly managed, the global waste can be of high value in terms of renewable energy production. However, the scenario is fast changing.
Interestingly, renewable energy is being accepted as a commercial alternative to fossil-fuel based energy production. This transition to clean, renewable energy is well advancing with a tremendous range of developments.
One such project is TerraGreen. It aims to create a global, decentralized biomass waste management, majorly in the agricultural & plantation sector. The creation of such a network will in turn, enable the deployment of extensive renewable energy infrastructure. Subsequently, it will provide the necessary types of equipment for proper biomass waste management.
The TerraGreen envisions to change the perception of waste by industries.