University of Georgia and Mexico to partner on biofuels from dung
The program will include exchanges of students and faculty between UGA and various Mexican universities for training and research. The intent is find cost-effective ways of integrating animal waste management and biofuel production. The result will hopefully provide a means of dealing with the huge amounts of waste that can be generated from livestock while providing additional income to farmers and producing fuel. Two of the paths that will be investigated are using the waste to grow algae for biodiesel and anaerobic digestion to produce methane (see link below).
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