October 20, 2017

Local engineers in Sagaing successfully produce natural fertiliser, methane gas through waste vegetables

Chindwin chemical engineering seen at an exhibition.  Photo: Myo Win Tun (Monywa)
Chindwin chemical engineering seen at an exhibition. Photo: Myo Win Tun (Monywa)

A LOCAL chemical engineering industry in Butalin Township, Monywa, Sagaing Region can now successfully produce natural fertiliser and methane gas by harnessing waste vegetables.
U Thant Zin Tun, founder of the Chindwin Chemical Engineering said “We can use methane gas as fuel for cooking and gasline-powered engines.”
“Waste vegetables are put into a vacuum catalyst funnel to produce gas fertiliser and liquid fertilisers. Then we get methane by excluding Co2 and H2O,” he added.
Waste vegetables normally contain hydrogen, nitrogen, carbon and oxygen. It will produce methane, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulphate after the reaction process is completed.
“To protect the environment and produce low-cost natural fertiliser we only produce methane gas after excluding carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulphate,” U Thant Zin Tun said.
“The waste water remaining in the reaction flask will also be used as a toxin-free natural fertiliser,” he added.

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