Homemade biodigesters turn human and food waste into biogas, which can be used to heat water, cook food, or produce electricity.
Thomas H. Culhane enthusiastically promises the crowd gathered at a biodigester workshop that anyone can make enough clean-burning biogas to cook food every day using the scraps from yesterday’s meals.
All they need is a food grinder, some lengths of PVC pipe, a couple of 10-gallon buckets, and flexible plastic tubing.
“He really embraces the idea that there are no boundaries, that there are no categories and that we really are one human family.”
(READ the story from the CS Monitor)