India's cleanest city, Indore, is setting an example not just on a national scale but on an international scale too. In what comes as music to our ears, 72 nations across the world will make use of Indore's cleanliness and waste-to-energy models!

For the past two years, the city has been awarded the official tag of being the cleanest city in India and now, it is gaining recognition on a global scale as well.

What's the update?

Indore city trash production stands at a whooping 35 tonnes a day. However, all of that is converted regularly into usable CNG energy- which ain’t a small feat!

In fact, this is one of the most successful waste-to-energy models we've ever seen, not only in India but internationally as well. It ranks among the top, with the likes of Swiss and Swedish innovations.

Since it's been such a huge hit in some parts of India, it will soon be implemented in 72 countries in Asia and Africa. This surely helps to put Indore on the international map and marks it as a progressive and developing city with a lot of potential.

This was recently decided at the International Forum for Sustainable Development Asia and Pacific conference, in Tokyo. Based on the usage of the model in Indore, the other countries will tweak it according to their needs but the fact of the matter remains, that it is something that stems out of Indore.

Knock Knock

The fact that Indore was the cleanest city twice in a row was enough to make us proud but now that the model is going to be used on an international scale, it is a matter of further honor for the nation!

The city has been surprising us of late and with this new development, we're really proud of Indore and the fact that such innovations from the city are changing the global landscape.

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