Biogas From Kitchen Waste

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  1. Vinaya

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    Most of the waste in house is generated from kitchen. Interestingly, a large part of kitchen waste is organic waste. You can use this organic waste to generate gas. Generating biogas from organic kitchen waste is not very difficult. All you have to build is a biogas digester and toss organic waste on this digerster and make it air thight. In few days there will be anaerobic dedgration of the waste, which eventually produces gas. You can then direct this gas through a pipeline to your kitchen.
     
  2. Keith H.

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    All our vegie scraps go to the chooks. The chook droppings go onto the garden or into the compost.
    Keith.
     
  3. jeager

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    I have a composter that turns anything organic into rich humus.
    Grass clippings, fish guts, weeds, plants left over from the garden.................
    It's a 55 gallon plastic drum that rotates on a stand.
    Turn it one revolution a day or so.
     
  4. Keith H.

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    We have one of those, but it does not appear to work. I guess it must break down, but very slowly & always very heavy & wet. It does not produce compost like our compost heaps. Could be the wrong climate here for a rotating bin.
    Keith.
     
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