People have been using biogas for over 200 years.
In the days before electricity, biogas was drawn from
the underground sewer pipes in London and burned
in street lamps, which were known as “gaslights.” In
many parts of the world, biogas is used to heat and
light homes, to cook, and even to fuel buses. It is collected
from large-scale sources such as landfi lls and
pig barns, and through small domestic or community
systems in many villages.

Step 1: gather up

Tools and Materials
• Corrugated cardboard
• Shredded paper (for insulation)from appliance boxes work best) • Cardboard box (with fl aps, approximately
• Duct tape 25 cm by 35 cm by 16 cm deep)
• Black tempera paint, powdered • Plastic spoon
• White glue • Utility knife
• Plastic container, approximately 500 ml • Meter stick or metric tape measure
• Oven thermometer • Felt tip marker
• Aluminum foil (45.7 cm by 7.6 m roll) • Sunglasses
• 1 Large aluminum foil cake tin • Paint brush, 3- to 5 cm wide
(15 cm by 30 cm by 8 cm deep) • Oven mitts
one large turkey sized oven bag
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<p>hello mam</p><p>will u tel how to increase rate of biogas and also which type of vegetable waste should not be added</p>

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