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Uzbekistan Launches Innovative Project to Produce Biofuels from Waste

In collaboration with partners from the Republic of Korea, a project to produce granular fuel pellets and bioenergy from bio-waste will be initiated in Ferghana, reports Azernews.

The raw materials for pellet production include corn waste, straw, cereal production waste, sunflower husk, chicken manure, and other biomaterials.

The project launch is facilitated by a memorandum of cooperation signed by the khokimiyat of Furkat district, the financial organization Korea Investment & Securities (KIS), the Korea Institute for Climate Change (KICC), and Korea Western Power (KWP), according to Uzbekistan’s national news agency UZ.

In the first phase, the production of fuel pellets from vegetable raw materials will commence in Furkat district with $3 million in foreign direct investment. The second phase plans to implement an investment project for bioenergy production.

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