biodigester in costa rica

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biodigester in costa rica

Postby jed turtle » Wed Jan 19, 2011 7:52 pm

i have a few links i've saved over the years to sites that are still up at the moment where people have done some work with biodigesters. this is one that is pretty neat i think and is worth adding to the mix here, if that is ok.

http://www.ruralcostarica.com/biodigest ... 5QodygGDCQ

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Re: biodigester in costa rica

Postby Bob » Sat Jan 22, 2011 7:30 am

Thanks, Jed,

I'm in Costa Rica right now, returning to Alaska in April. There are a lot of these digesters around, but I've seen only one that is producing burnable gas. I think there is huge demand/opportunity in teaching/learning how to start them and keep them running.

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Re: biodigester in costa rica

Postby jed turtle » Sat Jan 22, 2011 8:08 am

ha! i always wondered how Alaskans survived winter-long night and sub-zero temps for seasons at a time.

now i know. Costa Rica sounds like the perfect remedy for cold and dark.


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