1. Consultancy

AWARE ECO TRUST will be providing necessary technical advice for all those who are prepared to implement the bio waste treatment programs for the generation of bio energy and also for those who are genuinely interested in knowing about the details of the programmes.

2. Feasibility Study

Instructions are being given to the beneficiaries for selecting suitable types of plants after examination of the structure of the land where the waste treatment plant is to be set up and after studying the availability and nature of wastes.

3. Preparation of Projects

Project reports will be prepared and furnished for the implementation of bio waste treatment programmes, utilizing treatment plants of different sizes and models.

4. Technology transfer

The technology for the production of different models of plants developed by AWARE ECO TRUST on industrial basis and the installation of plants will be transferred to interested persons, after completing the required legal formalities like execution of necessary agreements, securing license etc.

5. Technical Information

Information will be available in AWARE ECO TRUST as to how the treatment of waste and production of biogas can be effectively carried out, what types of plants are available for this, how the plants can be installed at a comparatively low cost, specially, in areas which are water logged or where availability of land is very scarce or limited.

6. Project implementation

AWARE ECO TRUST have sufficient technical expert team foe the implementation of the projects. After completing the construction programmes, the bioenergy schemes are handed over to the beneficiaries.

7. Research and Development programmes

With a view to making the bio waste treatment and energy generation programme, a people oriented one, and for further developing the various beneficiary.


Arround the World pollution of air and water from the hospitals, hostels, industries, hotels and market waste are alarmingly increasing day by day.Government and major industries are constantly on the look out for technologies that will allow for more efficient and cost effective waste treatment system. One technology that can successfully treat the organic waste is an anaerobic digestion process. Anaerobic bio-reactor can convert a disposal problem into a profit centre. When any organic matter such as human excretia, human tissue, kitchen waste, kitchen effluent and animal waste is fermented in the absence of oxygen, bio-gas generating which contains around 60% combustible gas-methane gas along with CO2 and other gases. Such a practice provides an effective method for disposing of organic waste in urban areas, thereby reducing the pollution of land and local waterways. It also improves local environmental conditions and reduces the health hazards inhabitants are exposed to. Similarly recovery of energy from nightsoil and organic waste using anaerobic digestion leads to its conversion into a fertilizer. This leads to complete recycling of the matter to nature and improves productivity of the land, along with other desirable effects.

• Providing sanitary facilities to the masses.
• Construction of septic tank not needed
• There is remarkable reduction (up to 85%) BOD of effluent of biogas plant
• Sewage treated by anaerobic system followed by Aerobic system requires less power when compared to    sewage treated by pure aerobic system
• Bio degradable waste (kitchen waste, kitchen effluent & organic waste) can be treated in a systematic   manner.
• Slum Areas    • Busstands   • Slaughter House
• Hospitals       • Hostels        • Industries
• Hotels           • Market Places • Community Centre.


Methane is both the primary constant of natural gas and a potent greenhouse gas when released to the atmosphere, reducing methane emissions can yield substantial economic, environmental and energy benefits. In the agriculture sector, the implementation of reduction of anaerobic digestion technology can lead to improved air and water quality, odor control, improved nutrient management, reduction in greenhouse gas emission and the capture and use of bio-gas- a source of clean, renewable energy.


The sun radiates 180 billion MW of energy over the earth. Just one hour of this energy could meet the power needs of the entire planet for a year. This energy is also absolutely clean, pollution free, in-exhaustible, free and abundantly available everywhere for anyone. This economical and eco friendly energy can be effectively used with the help of
• Solar power generator
• Solar lighting system
• Solar pumping system
• Solar water heating systems
• Solar fencing


• Over 40% of the total energy is consumed by electrical pumping system alone
• Over 15 million electrical pumping systems are in operation
• Large number of pumpsets are installed every year.
• Majority of the pumpsets (almost 80%) are inefficient and operating at as low as 50 to 70% of achievable    efficiency
• This low operation efficiency is a result of wrong selection of pumping systems
• Inefficient pumping systems are installed due to price advantage
• A lower HP efficient pumping system can do the job, instead higher HP inefficient systems are often installed
• Obviously there is huge potential to conserve both power and energy by using the right energy efficient    pumping system


• Provides self-sufficiency to your water supply
• Reduces the cost of pumping ground water
• Provides high quality water, soft and low minerals.
• Improves the quality of ground water through dilution when recharged to ground water
• Reduces soil erosion in urban areas
• The roof top rain water harvesting is less expensive
• Rain water harvesting systems are simple which can be adopted by individuals.
• Roof top rain water harvesting system are easy to construct, operate and maintain.


As per W.H.O. (World Health Organisation) standard, the total dissolved solids (TDS) in the drinking water should not exceed 500 PPM mg/Litre). BIS (Bureau of Indian standard) drinking water standard indicates 750 PPM TDS as acceptable. This is because of the reason that the higher TDS not only gives salty(brackish) taste of water but also harmful to health.
• Membrane Technology for desalination, disinfections of water and recycling of waste water.
• Recycling waste water treatment plants for laundry
• Industrial Effluent Treatment Plants (ETPs & CETPs )
• Discharge waste water recycling plants
• Consumables for water or waste water treatment and reverse osmosis plants

14.C-TRIIED Minority Information