biodigester

Toilets, Toilets everywhere, but not one has to stink!

You've heard Samuel Taylor Coleridge's "Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner", paraphrased as "Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink".  And you are probably aware that in most parts of the world the contamination of drinking water and other fresh water supplies has a lot to do with toilets.  Poorly designed toilets. Poorly discharged toilets. Poorly treated toilet wastes.

http://www.livescience.com/16713-7-billion-people-world-poop-problem.html

Overview of our commitment to action for funders on the Commitment to Action by Solar CITIES

A simple way we use to visually describe how easy it is to build a biogas system

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Cold Climate Adaptations - Experimental Week at Tamera Solar Village, Portugal

Cold nights and seasons are considered as an obstacle that keeps biogas solutions away from northern areas and out of permaculture and sustainability projects. The experimental week in August 2015 at the Tamera Solar Village was therefore dedicated to find and try out affordable insulations and heating methods that can be applied throughout the world.

The Solar CITIES Biogas Workshop and The Eco-Village Movement

Biogas Workshop in Tameram, TH Culhane in front

The recent workshop continued work that Culhane had done with the team at Tamera in 2011 when we held a Global Campus workshop to build Tamera's first kitchen-connected Solar CITIES style modified ARTI (Indian floating drum) digester, a delightful living fire breathing dragon now named "Holda".   Holda is  a 4 cubic meter work-horse (play-dragon)  of a biogas system fed on kitchen scraps who (who, not which, since she is alive) has now been in continuous and successful operation for nearly four years, going from a crawling baby to a running toddler.

Envisaj Mercy Environmental Sustainability and Justice League Student Club builds biodigesters abroad

A year after our Envisaj Mercy team went on the "mother of all biogas tours", a faculty-led service learning expedition  to Israel and Palestine, visiting Eco-gas Isreal and the Palestinian Wildlife Society and introduced our Solar CITIES IBC/ARTI hybrid biodigester to the Green Apprenticeship Program in Kibbutz Lotan, we found ourselves on a "student-led" service learning expedition in the Dominican Republic where several of our Envisaj Mercy club members have family.

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