16 Dec 2023

Madhya Pradesh: British High Commissioner Alex Ellis visits CBG facility in Indore, said this about Indore's cleanliness model and local cuisine

Bhopal: EverEnviro Resource Management, a pioneer in Compressed Biogas (CBG) development, warmly received Alex Ellis, the British High Commissioner to India, at its recently inaugurated CBG facility in Devguradia, Indore. This state-of-the-art plant utilizes municipal solid waste for CBG production and stands as the largest of its kind in India.

During the visit, led by Deepak Agarwal, EverEnviro's Executive Director, the delegation had the opportunity to witness the facility's processes in converting waste into biofuel. Notable attendees included representatives from the British High Commission, stakeholders from Tata International and Larsen & Toubro, local farmers, and CNG auto drivers.

Addressing the gathering, Alex Ellis expressed his delight at witnessing the impact of the Green Growth Equity Fund, a collaborative investment between the UK and India, in establishing a biogas plant in Indore that utilizes waste. He noted the diverse applications of the CBG products, benefiting farmers, factories, and auto drivers. Ellis emphasized how this investment exemplifies the successful integration of growth and sustainability on a large scale.

Deepak Agarwal, EverEnviro's ED, underscoring the significance of the UK-India partnership, stated, "The collaboration perfectly aligns with our commitment to Global Sustainable Development goals and efforts to combat the climate crisis. Together, we aim to lead global climate action, inspiring others to forge significant agreements in building climate resilience."

The company asserts that its CBG facility has effectively addressed environmental concerns while catalyzing socio-economic development in the region.

Ellis discussed the cleanliness model of Indore

British High Commissioner Alex Ellis discussed the cleanliness model of Indore with Mayor Pushyamitra Bhargava. Mayor Pushyamitra Bhargava, while giving this information on Had a meaningful and meaningful discussion on various contemporary topics.

Mayor Pushyamitra Bhargava wrote that British High Commissioner Alex Ellis has praised the cleanliness model of Indore. Responding to this, Alice Alix posted, Nice to meet you. It's great to hear about Indore's progress and how the UK can support it. 

Alex Ellis savors poha jalebi

The British High Commissioner, Alex Ellis, developed an appreciation for Indore's culinary delights, particularly the renowned Poha-Jalebi. During his visit to the iconic Chhappan Dukaan, he savored the local cuisine, including Poha-Jalebi and hot dog, expressing his admiration for the flavorful breakfast in Indori style on his social media platform. Ellis wrote, "Poha and Jalebi: I relished during my visit to Chappan Dukaan in Indore," and in Hindi, he exclaimed, "Very tasty breakfast, Maja aariya!"

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