ChonGae Sunken Stone Garden Opens Up an Underground River in Seoul

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Vanishing Mosque Does Double Duty as a Public Plaza

October 11, 2010 by  
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POO POWER: 200 Homes In UK Heated By Human Waste

October 11, 2010 by  
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Over 200 homes in Didcot, UK are now being heated with human waste! Before you lose your lunch, allow us to explain that the waste is highly purified at a nearby sewage station and converted into an odorless gas before being used in the homes. The process to make gas from human waste takes about 3 weeks and involves using anaerobic bacteria to ‘digest’ the sewage and produce methane. Once the gas is created, it is collected and either delivered to households or used to produce electricity.

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