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  • Dave Yates (GrandPAH)_8
    Free energy & recycling - all in one

    And, it's portable too!

    Everyone has it already. Older folks have an overabundance. It's organic too.

    Flatulance. From what I've seen on U-Tube, it's got a nice blue flame and eliminates odors as it burns - a dis-stink't improvement over the un-burnt naturally occcuring product & no external energy, other than a squeezing effort, is required.

    Cold weather setting in? Eat more beans!

    Flexible surgical-type tubing could be used to interconnect citizens for central collection. Cows & sheep would be natural candidates for helping the cause.

    And Dan, that old dog you wrote about years ago (can't recall his name) would no longer emit unclaimed odors - he'd be part of the solution to flattulance pollution.

    No radio waves or batteries required!
  • chilly willy
    chilly willy Member Posts: 1
    Methane gas

    I think Weishaup makes a methane burner could be a great way to utilize sewage treatment facilities. Burn the gas from the poop to make power. What was that dogs name??
  • Rich Kontny_3
    Rich Kontny_3 Member Posts: 562
    Your Right

    At our local sewerage plant in good old Ashland, WI.(on the shores of BIG BLUE, Lake Superior) we hooked up the gas generated from the digestors.

    We piped this very low grade methane to their Kewaunee Boiler and they used it for both process and space heat.

    The year 1974! They even produced gas back then!
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