Converting kitchen waste to cooking gas

Israeli HomeBioGas units are transforming trash into bio-gas for Bedouin residents of Umm Batin near Beersheva.  Israel’s environment ministry subsidized the 8,000-shekels cost per unit.  Now 50 units are headed to the Dominic Republic as part of a test project.

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