The dome of the digester nears completion
Installing a biogas digester
23rd February, 2010
This gallery of images shows the simple, low-tech processes involved in turning organic wastes into a clean-burning, forest-preserving cooking fuel
The images and the installation depicted are provided by development company Diligent Energy Systems, in Arusha, Tanzania.
This particular digester has a capacity of 60 cubic metres, and produces 60 cubic metres of biogas each day, using effluent from a nearby toilet block and 40 kg of crop residue from jatropha plants.
For more information, visit Diligent's website.
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