Thursday, April 29, 2010

Tanzanian Biodigestor at Joram's house

  Sybille, Kilian and I have arrived in Paris directly after successful Africa research and technology transfer trip to present our findings (and new biogas melodic-mnemonic song) at UNESCO conference.

Thomas Henry Culhane
Photo shows our latest above ground biodigestor design at the home of Joram Soloman overlooking Lake Tanganyika, where we stayed the last couple of nights in Kigoma. Joram's family has 12 cows and over 30 goats providing plenty of microbial starter culture for the kitchen-waste system we built; we can also use the compost pile (behind the digestor) to heat the reactor.
April 29 at 12:12pm

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