Posts Tagged "digester"

Get your house in order!

You probably already recycle, reduce, reuse, and try to do your part for the planet. With spring almost in full bloom and Earth Day right around the corner, now is the perfect time to welcome the season with some spring cleaning greening. **Avoid indoor air pollutants** Household cleaning products and interior decorations (e.g., carpets, wallpaper, paints and stains) are the… read more →

New project enters comment period: Cambria 33

  • March 7, 2011
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The next project up for public comment is the Cambria 33 abandoned coal mine methane capture project. This project is the first VCS project of its kind, and makes creative use of methane that would otherwise have leaked directly into the atmosphere from an abandoned mine. The project is located near Ebensburg, Pennsylvania. The official comment period for this project… read more →

Orbital satellite includes tiny digester

To follow up on what must be the most exciting topic to grace these electronic pages, the final frontier of anaerobic digesters is, of course, space. Only slightly different from the technology that powers all of our dairy projects, a new experiment by Florida Institute of Technology researchers will test whether a particular strain of bacteria that can convert human… read more →

Your own, personal biodigester

  • September 27, 2010
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The Park Spark Project, brainchild of conceptual artist Matthew Mazzotta and supported by MIT and the City of Cambridge, has created a piece that combines a small methane digester at a dog park with an "eternal flame" lit from the gas coming off decomposing dog poop. I am completely on board with the concept: dog waste, picked up with biodegradable… read more →

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