HomeBiogas based in Israel has created a new enhanced version of their HomeBiogas food waste management system that is capable of transforming your unwanted food scraps into renewable energy that you can pump directly into your house. The environmentally friendly system not only saves environment but also the cash in your wallet and provides a rewarding way to transform food waste and animal manure into energy from your backyard. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the HomeBioga which has raised nearly $500,000 thanks to its Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign.
Following the success of HomeBiogas 1.0, we have developed a new biogas appliance that will enable families around the world to cook on renewable energy. The HomeBiogas 2.0 is the most efficient, affordable and rewarding way to transform food waste and animal manure into energy in your own backyard! New to Biogas? Great! Learning how to make your own renewable energy from food waste is a fascinating and truly rewarding journey. We designed HomeBiogas 2.0 to be super simple and easy to use. Just toss in your organic waste, and the bacteria will do the rest.
Leftover food or food scraps may not be suitable for eating, but they still have calories that can be used to create energy. So don’t throw them out! Put food waste or animal manure into the appliance. The bacteria in the digester will break down the organic matter and convert it into biogas and fertilizer. The gas bag holds 700 liters of biogas at all times, ready for all your cooking needs. It is a 100% off-the-grid and natural process, similar to what happens in your own stomach.
For more details and full specifications as well as all purchasing options now available jump over to the official Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign page where the system is available to purchase from $520 with shipping expected to take place during May 2018.
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