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Farm waste, such as cow dung, is providing enough biomethane to heat 83,100 homes, according to new data from the ENA
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Farm waste, such as cow dung, is providing enough biomethane to heat 83,100 homes, according to new data from the ENA

New data reveals how animal, crop and food waste can produce enough green gas to heat hundreds of thousands of homes

Cow-dung, food waste, and even sewage are capable of producing enough green gas to heat over 750,000 homes, according to a new analysis from the Energy Networks Association (ENA). Published yesterday,...

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