How to Harness Green Energy From Your Kitchen Sink

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

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

Step 2: Step 1

remove the bottom of the can with the soup can opener

Step 3: Step 2

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

Step 4: Step 3

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

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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    5 Discussions

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    edskal
    edskal

    7 years ago

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

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    Macattacku
    Macattacku

    7 years ago

    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.

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    Jackoffmanytrades
    Jackoffmanytrades

    7 years ago

    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.

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    Kiteman
    Kiteman

    7 years ago on Introduction

    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?

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    jjatca
    jjatca

    7 years ago on Introduction

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