Dr Ernesto Occhiello, executive vice president, technology & innovation, SABIC, said, “Collaborative projects with well-established scientific organisations and research centres are essential components of SABIC’s global research programme. Through these partnerships (with CIPET and CSIR), SABIC will be able to leverage these institutions’ multidisciplinary research capabilities to achieve research excellence for SABIC that will greatly benefit the nation. It is also our desire to see that today’s collaboration will create a value-added ecosystem involving science and technology institutions, talents, industry, customers to benefit the people of India.”
The wholesale market complex in Koyambedu which supplies fresh produce for the city will soon supply fuel to cook the produce.
The biomethanation plant, which has been generating electricity from vegetable waste, will now also use waste from slaughterhouses, hotels, treated sewage sludge and banana stems to supply biogas to neighbouring houses.