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Scientists want to turn your old sandwich into an indestructible wonder material

Hold on to your food scraps, people! Anaerobic digestion is very in right now, and you know what that means — your self-righteous compost bins might not be the only game in town anymore when it comes to reducing food waste. 432 more words

Climate & Energy

From cow to electricity: Using biogas beyond cooking and lighting in Ethiopia

Tadesse Abebe, a farmer with a medium-sized dairy farm in Sebeta, in Ethopia’s Oromia region has installed a biogas plant with a 10 m3 pit digester producing about 4 m3 of biogas per day. 623 more words

Ethiopia

Arc Aroma Pure (AAP) -The full February 13 Press Release in English

Note: The original C.E.S.I. Arc Aroma Investment Call is found here

Today, C.E.S.I. (an Arc Aroma Pure shareholder) was thrilled by the Arc Aroma Pure February 13 Press release… 724 more words

Finance

Another Look at Anaerobic Digestion

Anaerobic digestion is described as a collection of processes by which microorganisms break down biodegradable material in the absence of oxygen. The process is used for industrial or domestic purposes to manage waste and/or to produce fuels. 142 more words

Wastewater

Using organic waste for power and to repair topsoil

Cleantechnica reports on the work of a North-American company called Harvest Power that uses organic waste to reduce landfill, create biogas and help replenish damaged topsoil that has been overused or suffered from erosion. 63 more words

Environment

Our Future in Feces: Vehicles Fueled by Biomethane

by Briton Lee

The British company Geneco has begun implementing prominent buses with a cartoon graphic detailing its power source: human waste. The concept of using waste to produce fuel is not novel, and is termed biomethane or renewable natural gas (RNG). 339 more words

Biogas

VIDEO - MREAP Biogas Project

The MREAP Strategic Energy Project in Mchinji involved installing Biogas Digesters at 10 households and 1 Orphan Care Centre.  The project was led by TCRET at Mzuzu University.   243 more words

MREAP