The Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation (GMC) is planning Uttar Pradesh’s first bio-compressed natural gas (CNG) plant for converting wet waste into renewable fuel in Dundahera near Crossings Republik. The scientific disposal of civic waste has emerged as a major challenge for municipalities in the country. To that end, GMC is devising new ways and methods to dispose of our civic waste. At a bio-CNG plant, the fuel generation involves purifying the biogas, obtained first by processing the wet waste. Expression of interest bids for the same were circulated in August 2022. Recently, Indore emerged as the first municipality to get a bio-CNG plant. As per a plan by the Centre, 75 civic bodies across India will get bio-CNG plants over the next two years.