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An Overview 

Amal aims at minimizing the catastrophic impact of stubble burning by converting them into eco-friendly biomass briquettes which can be effectively used to replace traditional source of energy such as charcoal, firewood etc.


Contrasted with different resources of vitality, briquettes have a higher calorific value per rupee paid and low powder content, thus making an environment friendly substitute to coal. 


Step 1

Collaborating with FPOs and mobilising farmers to acquire Agro-Waste


Step 2

Procuring and transporting waste to the facility


Step 3

Processing the waste and converting it into Biomass Briquettes


Step 4

Establishing market linkages (B2C) avenues for demand

Business Model


Impact Generated

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jobs created

 460 tonnes

of carbon dioxide emissions prevented

Farmers directly impacted


increase in the monthly income of employees

of Revenue Generated

222,500 kgs

of agricultural waste processed


Mr. Ankush Seth, Founder Trustee, MATEE, Ministry of MSME

Mr. Ankush Seth, Founder Trustee, MATEE, Ministry of MSME

Project Amal has impressed us with its innovative approach to alleviating climate change. Through our collaboration, we hope to transform 1000s of farmers into entrepreneurs and make this one of the biggest projects in the country.

Mr. Mohan, Farmer

Mr. Mohan, Farmer

Project Amal has helped me utilise the waste that we used to burn, providing me with an additional income.

Tript Singh Bajwa, Rural Development Minister, Punjab

Tript Singh Bajwa, Rural Development Minister, Punjab

"As someone who believes in the power of youth, initiatives like Project Amal, based on uplifting rural communities make me very happy. We wish this project will immensely help in curbing stubble burning”

Mr. Sonu, Employee, Karnal

Mr. Sonu, Employee, Karnal

I'm really happy with my work here. I thank FPO and Amal for having provided me with a respectable livelihood.

Mr. Mahesh Bhatia, Ruttba Hall

Mr. Mahesh Bhatia, Ruttba Hall

After testing their briquettes, I was really pleased with the quality. Since then we've shifted to them permanently for all our catering needs!


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Project Amal was adjudged as 2nd runners up at Race for Climate Action organised by Enactus World out of 138 teams from 23 countries, winning $5,000.

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