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Subject: Sewage-methane power plants


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Date Posted: 01/10/06 21:37
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In reply to: hanfgeist 's message, "Sewage-methane power plants" on 12/ 9/05 2:40

Does anyone have access to relevant technologies?

>The Problem:
>UK is running out of gas for heating and fuel to
>generate power
>
>The Social Invention:
>Every large town in the UK has a sewage works. There
>are methanogen bacterias which love warm sewage and
>make methane gas as a by product. Why are we not
>turning this abundant resource into gas which could be
>stored and distributed to produce energy to heat
>peoples houses and run cars?

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