Text and photo: Rahul G Rajkarnikar
Nepal rests between two gigantic land masses and graces an unpredictable landscape decorated with diverse vegetation and the animals adapted to live within. It only covers three percent of the landmass in South Asia. The largest water reserve in Nepal is merely four percent of the available reserve to the neighboring countries.
Published: September 09, 2018 11:15 am On: Kathmandu
HIMALAYAN NEWS SERVICE
Kathmandu, September 8
First bio-gas plant set up at Ratnapark has started producing gas.
Bio-gas produced from human waste collected from public toilets at Ratnapark has helped shopkeepers generate better income.
Chandra Yogi, who has bagged the contract to manage public toilets in the area, said that bio-gas produced using human excreta had created job opportunities.Read more...