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Tax cut likely for biogas households in Kerala

According to reports, the State government would explore the option of reducing building tax for households with biogas plants. Speaking to newspersons here after commissioning a biogas plant in the backyard of Cliff House, his official residence, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy stressed the need for encouraging decentralised waste management plants in the State. The Rs 28,000-plant at Cliff House was set up by Biotech, the city-based centre for development of biogas technology. It works on bacteria culture, and can treat up to 5 kg of degradable waste and 20 litres of waste water.

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