Puxin 10m3

Gassy Girl -- America's first 10m3 Puxin biodigester! December 2014

"Gassy girl" is America's first 10m3 Puxin biogas system. She was built by the Solar CITIES US team just before Christmas of 2014!

Let freedom ring!  In the land of the Liberty Bell a new bid for independence has been launched with the creation of America's first Puxin 10m3 biogas system at the homestead farm of Jody and Bob Spangler.  Built by our Solar CITIES team with help from Envisaj Mercy students and community members, the successful completion of a biogas system of this size in the winter gives us a chance to evaluate performace throughout the cold months and make the necessary improvements so that this size class of small scale biogas can get off the launchpad in the good 'old US of A.

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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