• 77-YO Granny Inspires Pune Family to Cook With Biogas, Saving 50% on LPG Cost

    by admin on 2021-12-25 09:09:43

    For the last 16 years, Pune’s Dighe family have been using biogas for cooking, drastically cutting their expenditure on LPG cylinders. Find out how this sustainable family makes their own kitchen fuel on their terrace.

    I n 2005, 77-year-old Vimal Dighe, a resident of Karve Nagar in Pun

  • How Does a Composting Toilet Work?

    by admin on 2021-12-25 09:09:35

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    Composting toilets use aerobic decomposition to break down human waste instead of flushing it away in watery sewage. Most don't use any water at all, so they don't need to be connected to a city wastewater system or septic tank.


  • City Votes on Water Treatment Plant Upgrades • Coral Springs Talk

    by admin on 2021-12-25 09:09:30

    December 14, 2021 by Bryan Boggiano No Comments

    The city commission will discuss upgrading infrastructure at the Water Treatment Plant on Wednesday.

    They will vote on awarding Eckler Engineering, Inc., a $1.2 million contract to upgrade its sodium hypochlorite

  • Festivus Feats of Strength | Yardbarker

    by admin on 2021-12-25 09:09:11

    In celebration of Festivus, let us take this time to reflect on the “Feats of Strength” for the 2021-22 LA Kings thus far.

    Okay, well it is, quite possibly, the most wonderful time of the year. So, as the NHL prepares for its holiday break, let us celebrate Festivus by showcasing th

  • F.S. museum features farm artifact from mid-1900s | Herald Community Newspapers | www.liherald.com

    by admin on 2021-12-25 09:08:40

    A fertilizer and seed-spreading device used at the Herman Flower farm on Tulip Avenue in Franklin Square during the mid-1900s remains fully operational today as an artifact at the Franklin Square Museum.

    “The hand-operated spreader was manufactured from wood and metal. The two

  • Seismic Water Resiliency - Yo! Venice!

    by admin on 2021-12-25 09:08:25

    This is the 2nd part of two-part article 

    (see smmirror.com/2021/12/sma-r-t-column-its-not-your-fault/ for the first part)

    Last week we wrote about the high probability of a large (6+) earthquake soon in Southern California. The survivors of that large quake will either migrate ou

  • The State of Aloha | News, Sports, Jobs - Maui News

    by admin on 2021-12-25 09:08:12

    Eighty years ago, when we were still a territory and when the military intelligence predicted a potential conflict with Imperial Japan, the federal government decided to build fuel tanks for the Pacific Fleet. The problem was that that much fuel in the open made the islands vulnerable to an ae

  • Versalis, BTS Biogas develop biogas, biomethane technology |Biomassmagazine.com

    by admin on 2021-12-25 09:06:38

    Versalis, Eni's chemical company, and BTS Biogas, an Italian company in the building and managing sector of biogas plants, have agreed to develop and commercialize an innovative technology for the production of biogas and biomethane from residual lignocellulosic biomass. 

    This techn

  • Man dies after falling into sewage tank- The New Indian Express

    by admin on 2021-12-25 09:04:01

    According to Ayanavaram police, Kutty was a daily wage labourer who lived alone.

    Published: 06th December 2021 05:15 AM   |   Last Updated: 06th December 2021 05:15 AM   |   A+ A  A-

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  • Biogas - Waste Water of Cargo Ships is Now Made into Biogas - Renewable Energy Magazine, at the heart of clean energy journalism

    by admin on 2021-12-25 09:03:53

    “From our goal of a cleaner Baltic Sea, it is possible to reach the ship, the port and the land of the Baltic Sea at once. All wastewater discharged ashore reduces the nutrient load on the sea. We need extensive cooperation to succeed, ”says Elisa Mikkolainen, BSAG's project manager .