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    Getting WiFi via a 3G network
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    had a smartphone!.smartphone since 3G is now available almost everywhere..
    These allowiallows tethering tofor nearby laptops/PCs
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    in contact!
    Even better is a tablet plus dongle with some tablets now costing as little as $30!

    Ask for details.
    Using composting worms (Vermiculture) - redworms
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    We have developed a digester that produces biogas from food/crop waste as well as cow/goat manure so allowing cooking without burning wood or charcoal.
    This digester is a new simple design that anyone can make using low cost layflat polythene which can be bought in most towns.
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    two simple digestersdigesters.
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    one is cost.,cost but it maybe that it will prove very useful allowing local NGOs to experiment with biogas learning how to overcome the problems met by so many in developing countries!
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    Another possibilitypossible 'fuel' is using a certain
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    Prickly Pear) - for making biogas. - this. This grows wild
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    many countries! See below
    A little 'fresh' cow/goat manure is needed initially but then there are many alternative 'fuels' to produce biogas!
    Most important - Make sure that any water used has no added soap, detergent, chlorine, etc.
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    developing countries {Biogas parcel.odt}
    If any of these techniques below seem of interest we will gladly send you an up-to-date pdf document or via OneDrive.
    Just email Graham at biodesign2015@outlook.com
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    This digester is a new simple design that anyone can make using low cost layflat polythene which can be bought in most towns.
    Unlike sausage type digesters this does not need a trench dug but a continuous gas supply requires two simple digesters
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    several advantages!
    About 20 contacts have been sent a kit that enables them to start experimenting!. {Biogas parcel.odt}
    The main one is cost.,
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    Another possibility is using a certain cactus - Opuntia (or Prickly Pear) - for making biogas. - this grows wild in many countries!
    CowA little 'fresh' cow/goat manure is
    Most important - Make sure that any water used has no added soap, detergent, chlorine, etc.
    Opuntia Cactus is a vegetable
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    a delicious vegetable. Invegetable while in other parts
    It is both - depending how it is treated!
    There are many cooking recipes for Mexicans and elsewhere it is grown to provide fuel for biogas plants
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    If any of these techniques below seem of interest we will gladly send you an up-to-date pdf document or via OneDrive.
    Just email Graham at biodesign2015@outlook.com
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  8. page home edited ... Ask for details. BioDesign Biogas Digester We have recently started working on developed …
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    BioDesign Biogas Digester
    We have recently started working ondeveloped a projectdigester that will produceproduces biogas from food/crop waste as well as cow/goat manure so allowing
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    or charcoal. Unlike most biogas digesters that use just cow manure this
    This
    digester is based on an Indiana new simple design that uses food or crop waste. This has several advantages!
    Not only
    anyone can the digester be much smaller but it avoids the stigma of handling manure which is unacceptable in many cultures.
    The digester is based on a flexible cylinder made from
    make using low cost layflat polythene setwhich can be bought in most towns.
    Unlike sausage type digesters this does not need
    a trench in the open. Aboutdug but a continuous gas supply requires two simple digesters
    This has several advantages!
    About
    20 contacts
    Another possibility is using a certain cactus - Opuntia (or Prickly Pear) - for making biogas. - this grows wild in many countries!
    Cow manure is needed initially but then there are many alternative 'fuels' to produce biogas!
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