Puxin

Fat Beet Farm Biodigester: Florida's first Commercial Restaurant Scale Puxin Biogas System

"Black Beauty"

Fat Beet Farm is the food service commissary and microgreen hydroponic and raised bed production farm serving the 5 Curci Family Noble Crust restaurants in Tampa. 
Located in Oldsmar near the bridge to Dunedin and the Race Track, not far from the University of South Florida,  Fat Beet Farm serves as a sustainable practice model for the Food Energy Water Nexus Zero Waste Initiative where Patel College Interns work for credit to put sustainable development theory into practice.

 

Global Ecovillage Network's First Puxin Biodigester

Suderbyne Ecovillage creates Europe's first Solar CITIES Puxin Digestor

In April of 2015, T.H. Culhane of Solar CITIES travelled to Tamera Eco-village in Portugal to meet up with the Puxin molds he had personally bought and had shipped there as a gift to the Global Ecovillage Network in honor of fallen comrade Paulo Mellett.  Culhane had announced his intention to make the Puxin molds available to all GEN members at the GEN 19 conference at Zegg Ecovillage in Germany, and followed up on the promise at Paulo's memorial service at Monkym Wyld Eco-village near Dorset England at teh end of 2014's summer.  

Niteroi - Brazil 2014

Photo by Jorma Görns - Architecture for Humanity architect Luis Felipe Vasconcellos and Solar CITIES' T.H. Culhane discuss placement of an additional gas holder once the concrete has been poured for the three digesters at the elementary school in Niteroi

Working with the American NGO  "UrbanBioRecovery: Digesters for Development" (originally called "Solar Cities Solutions" from 2012 through July 2014)  Solar CITIES e.V. intern Jorma Gorns joined T.H. Culhane on a project bringing Puxin 10m3 biodigester molds to sites in Rio De Janeiro.  The initial work was done by Solar Cities Solution's "Biogas Education Team" members T.H. Culhane, Yair Teller and Marcello Ambrosio, working with Dr.

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