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Hindustan Unilever Installs Biomass Boilers, Cuts Carbon Emissions

March 7, 2012: 03:52 AM EST
Hindustan Unilever reduced its manufacturing-related carbon emissions in India by installing biomass boilers at several factories in the country. The company installed its first biomass boilers in 2008 when it redesigned the oil-fired boilers at its Chiplun and Puducherry factories, and in 2011 it put in place high-tech biomass boilers, which use coffee waste and factory wastes as fuel, at the Goa, Mysore, and Nashik factories.
Maxine Perella , "Unilever cuts carbon with biomass boiler rollout", edie.net, March 07, 2012, © Faversham House Group Ltd
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