EAE – Exeter Agri-Energy

EAE worked closely with two partners to bring this anaerobic digestion system online:


   

Adam & John Wintle
    ⁄  1 Comment

Anaerobic digestions turns cow manure & food waste into green energy

John & Adam Wintle use cow manure & food waste to generate renewable energy in Maine

One Comment

  1. Charles MacArthur on 

    The Melbourne, Austrailia sewage treatment farm, WerribeeFarms has been in operation since before World Wasr 2. In the early 1980s I spent two days with the staff there, after a visit the previous week at the Auckland, NZ trestment plant where several of diesel engines the size of yours were in operation.
    I am a member of the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance [SUSANA- Germany] which is helping out, primarily in Africa.
    In Sweden human urine is collected from newer housing complexes and spread untreated on croplands [urine is generally sterile when voided.]
    In three of my past homes I have installed Clivus Multrum toilet systems. composters
    I have developed a “windowsill farming system” where two liter soda bottles grow leaf lettuce, each “field” 10 square inches, and have found urine 20:1 produces leaf lettuce plants harvratable [max] for seven months.
    It takes a ton of fossil fuel for each ton of chemical fertilizer manufactured we spread on our field.
    Devised a urination system for Fukushima residents which could also provide data on distribution of radioactives, but in alll the furor, it never got used.

    SO, I admire very much what you are doing, and one day would like to visit your creative operation

    Charlie

    Reply

Join the Conversation