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Turn Your Waste Into Energy
HomeBiogas 2.0 Creates Energy in Your Backyard
Camilla Zalka
By Camilla Zalka
Apr 03, 2018
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HomeBiogas 2.0 is not a typical gadget and you won’t come across it often.  But it’s the kind of gadget that does great things and everyone should have one. HomeBioGas is helping fight climate change. It can turn your food waste and animal manure into energy. It reduces your carbon emissions by 6 tons annually! Imagine the impact that could have if this became mainstream.

One kilo of your food waste, things like meat, dairy, vegetables, and oils, can make up to 200 liters of biogas which is good for about one hour of cooking. HomeBiogas can make up to 3 hours of cooking gas in a day even though you can give it up to 12 liters of food waste a day or 36 liters of animal manure.

The HomeBiogas sits comfortably in your backyard and can be used in most climates. Optimally it works best in places where the average day and night temp are 20C but should you live in a place where it gets colder then that there are different solutions to continue using it. Like for example placing in a greenhouse or adding a heater.

The gas produced by HomeBiogas is extremely safe. Much safer than using a propane tank because it’s stored in a soft case and not compressed, which means it also only stores a small amount.  So, no need to worry when setting it up near your home. Set up is easy and won’t take you more then an hour. There are a few parts that need to be connected and you need to fill up the digester with water and after that you are ready to go.

All you need to do is throw your waste into the opening and it will fall directly into the digester tank. The sun will get the bacteria present in the tank to break down the garbage and produce biogas. The biogas is then collected in the gas tank and stored at low pressure. A pipe can bring the gas to your stove. And voila you are cooking on clean biogas and the leftover waste can be used as a natural fertilizer for your garden. Suddenly you are living much more sustainably. And if this wasn’t enough to sway you – you can save up to $300 USD yearly on cooking gas and fertilizer

You can do your share in saving the planet for only $520 USD

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