Biogas system being introduced to rural areas

DEAR EDITOR, the Island Sun newspaper on Tuesday, April 24, 2018, featured news of an interesting development by a group of enterprising youths from the Bethlehem Chapel Youth Ministry.

The group of young people, with initial help from Oxfam, have learned how to generate bio-gas from using leftover household waste food, chicken droppings, pig manure and other organic waste.

The youths propose producing bio-gas digesters that will enable methane gas to be used for cooking purposes and introducing their project to rural areas.

Utilizing ancient ideas of developing gas for practical household purposes, the youths are to be congratulated on their initiative and wished well in their plans to bring cheap heating technology to rural people.

Well done!

Yours sincerely


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