Bristol Energy taps 'poo bus' creators to run city on sewage

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A sewage treatment plant - the starting point for green gas | Credit: GENeco
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A sewage treatment plant - the starting point for green gas | Credit: GENeco

Bristol-based utility teams up with GENeco, the company behind the 'poo bus', to roll out green gas produced from toilet waste

Residents of Bristol could soon be cooking their evening meal using energy produced from poo, thanks to a new partnership announced yesterday between local utility Bristol Energy and anaerobic digestion...

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