Green Connect

Climate Protection Initiative

-Preserve Nature Reserve Future

Elevating Rural Life

A Part Of Climate Protection Initiative

Project Objective


beneficiary : vasu & Family thitthahalli

no of cow : 4

biogas produced / day : 2ms

lpg savings / year : 25 cylinder

firewood saved / year : 3ton

Green Connect's Solution




Bio Fiber


Bio Brick


Benefits For Rural People

Restoring Soils & Increasing
crop yelid using Biofertiliser
Improved Sanitation, hygiene
and Maintaining clean Environment
saving Money Spent On
ferrilizers and Providing best
form of organic fertilizer
Reducing Indoor Air
Pollution & Reducing
Respiratory disease
Reducing the Burden of
Collecting Firewood, Cooking
Hours& Improving Women &
children Lives
Improving the Self-sufficiency
and sustainability
reducing Dependence on

Green Connect's Biogas - Benefits

No Of Cattles Amount Of Dung Produced / Day Biogas Production /
Day (Cum)
cooking Minutes Wood Replacement Every Year
(In tons)
Organic Manure Per Year
1 12.5 0.5 45 0.75 14
2 25 1 60 1.5 28
3 37.5 1.5 90 2.25 42
4 50 2 120 3 55

GC's Biogas Models - Comparison

Excavation Not Required May / Not Require Required
Cost Low High Very High
Life Testing 25 Yrs 50 Yrs
Performance High High High
Production Time 1 Day 1 Week 2 Weeks
Installation Time 2 hrs 2 hrs 2 hrs
Material LLDPE-Geo FRP + Steel Brick + FRP/ Steel
Technology Plug Flow Up Flow Up Flow
Safety High High High

Green Connect Climate Partners

Supporting Homes and Ashrams in CSR PROJECTS

  • Sri Ramana Trust, Hosur
  • CSI Balar Gnana Illam, Salem
  • Colourful Children, Namakkal
  • SRI Ramanujar Madam, Salem
  • Velu Blind and Deaf School, Vilupuram
  • Sanniyasigundu Oldage Home and many more

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