Monday, June 25, 2007

Bio Reactive Generator turns trash to electricity

Researchers at Purdue university have built a bioreactive generator that takes in trash and produces electricity. The US Army is interested because it can both reduce the trash generated in field ops and can provide the electricity needed to run critical equipment.

It's still pretty small scale for now, but it provides two bangs for the buck, so I hope this gets funded and moves forward.


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