Michigan farms producing electricity and natural gas from dung
Michigan State University is working with small- and medium-sized farms to implement these systems to reduce the amount of waste generated by the livestock and put it to use. The digester equipment is pricey, but the sale of excess electricity and gas helps offset some of the cost for farmers.
[Source: Detroit Free Press]
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