Town halls mull manure power

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Several London boroughs said to be considering rolling out a network of biogas pipelines

Local councils in London, Glasgow and Manchester are considering rolling out the UK's first biogas network, raising the prospect of homes and offices being heated and powered by manure. According to...

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