1. Saving up to 600,000 lives annually by reducing air pollution and toxins from wood burning
2. Reducing pollution from waste and feces, which contributes to an improvement in sanitary conditions and public health
3. Prevention of deforestation, which contributes to the preservation of biodiversity
4. Solving local problems with local resources
5. Job creation and income opportunities
6. Reduction of carbon emissions by 672 million tonnes of CO2 through the use of biogas instead of conventional fuels
7. Reducing pollution from waste and faeces, reducing soil and water pollution
8. Preventing deforestation and protecting natural resources through the use of biogas as a sustainable energy source
9. The use of biogas reduces deforestation and improves soil fertility, as organic waste can be disposed of in a controlled manner and used as fertilizer.
10. One cubic meter of biogas can replace 2.5 kg of charcoal or 6.5 kg of firewood and CO2 emissions are significantly lower.