Britons Will Be Heated with Gas Derived From Manure

This winter in the households in the UK’s Didcot will be the first in Britain to heat the gas derived from manure. About 200 homes will also use the biomethane produced from the droppings, which are three weeks earlier “sent” into the sewer. British Gas, Thames Water and Scotia Gas is hoping that the project

This winter in the households in the UK’s Didcot will be the first in Britain to heat the gas derived from manure.

About 200 homes
will also use the biomethane produced from the droppings, which are three weeks
earlier “sent” into the sewer. British Gas, Thames Water and Scotia
Gas is hoping that the project will become a reality across the country.

Specifically, the
directive of the European Union, the United Kingdom has until 2020. The 15
percent of energy produced from renewable energy sources. Martin Orril from
British Gas said it was getting gas in such a way, a logical step in fulfilling
these goals.

“Consumers
will not notice a difference because the gas during the process of purifying
and occur without the smell,” he said, pointing out that there is no
reason to give users the origin of gas to be annoying, but you should be proud
to participate in the project.

Feces has been
used for energy, but now British Gas began a new process to collect biogas from
manure and using anaerobic bacteria to convert it into biomethane that can be
used to heating and as a gas in the household.

“The gas
comes from something we all produce and which is renewable. We are struggling
to find sources of energy and I think we should use everything we have. I definitely
support this project,” said one resident of Didcot.

 

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