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India’s first bio-methane bus rolled out by Tata Motors on Monday

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With the introduction of CNG-bio bus, India is now taking some serious steps for the conservation of environment. This happened on Monday when Tata motors launched the first ever bio-methane bus by the oil ministry.

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Since the numbers of motor vehicles are running on road, pollution is at its peak and thus this step is an indication that this pollution problem will be solved in future. Talking about the bio-methane engine then medium and light buses will have these engines.

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Via: adbioresources.org

At the time of launch, three models were displayed by Tata in which the main model is Tata LPO 1613. The main model is already in operation as the Pune Municipal Corporation operating these buses on the road. Along with this, bio-methane fuel has been showed to the public however, its cost has not been disclosed by the company.

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Via: tatamotors.com

Oil ministry showed these buses at the Urja Utsav. The commercial vehicle head Girish Wagh said that this step is very important for the future because it will bring positive impact on the environment and a step forward towards the smart cities.

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Via: autocarpro.in

Besides this, it is a good way via which the wet garbage management become easy contributing in the development of smart cities. After Girish, the power system engineer head Rajendra Petkar said that the vehicle has introduced to create environment friendly vehicles and thus these bio-methane buses are the good starting point for this goal.

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Via: india.com

He further added that the goal of this act is to decrease the pollution in the environment which in return bring positive impact on the health of the people plus help with the global warming issue. Bio-methane is a gas that has been produced by the bio-degradable substances like waste from living beings.

 

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Due to this reason the gas is safe for living beings making their surrounding environment healthy. The natural degradation process is good for environment and gases obtained from it are good alternative of petrol and diesels.

 

The introduction of CNG vehicles has been pioneered by the Tata motors and now it is a great step for making India green along with developed. These buses are said to be the future of transportation in India. They are about to start the revolution in this country that goal has directed towards the development and conservation of our environment.

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Via: publicsectorexecutive.com

So, it would be interesting to see as what else this rollout has for our country and won’t wait to see them in other states.

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