Gardening Enthusiast Shows How to Make Cooking Gas from Food Scraps and Manure. Bacteria Do Most of the Work.

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HomeBioGas is a bacteria digester that transforms organic waste such as food scraps and manure into methane gas for cooking. It also produces liquid fertilizer as a byproduct. The device needs a warm climate for bacteria growth. -GEG

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