Introduction: How to Harness Green Energy From Your Kitchen Sink

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This is a simple easy and green way to harness hydro electric power from your sink

Step 1: What You Need

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- A small Fan
- A tin can
- sugru
- a drill
- A soup can opener
- Super glue

Step 2: Step 1

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remove the bottom of the can with the soup can opener

Step 3: Step 2

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now take the Sugru and attatch the bottom of the can with the fan  with it

Step 4: Step 3

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Measure the diameter of the sink nozzle and get a drill bit of that size  and drill a hole in the lid and supper glue the lid to the can

Step 5: Finished

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Now you have a a green way to harness energy  by hooking up the positive and negative  wires to what ever you want to charge

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edskal (author)2013-05-22

oooh boy it would get messy dirty quick, if it works at all. :)

Macattacku (author)2013-05-06

Ummm. Your not harnessing anything. All the water in your sink was pumped there by electric pumps which use alot more power than yours makes. So this is just a large waste of energy and water.

Jackoffmanytrades (author)2013-05-06

What is this a battery, a energy producer. How does a can and fans make energy? Need to be clearer with what you are building and photos of what it does.

Kiteman (author)2013-05-05

Can we see a photo of it in place?

Do you just trickle-charge a battery, or does it put out more power than that?

jjatca (author)2013-05-05

What kind of fan are you using? Some computer fans need to be modified to work as generators.

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