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Forum: Biofuels 04-23-11, 10:06 PM
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Posted By go4haudio
18 months Hot Water in Portland, Oregon

This site claims to have had 18 months continuous hot water from this system. It might be appropriate for some people. I still think a good digester is better. Composting greenhouse provides hot...
Forum: Biofuels 04-23-11, 09:29 PM
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Posted By go4haudio
An elegant solution

I like the way you are thinking skyl4rk! The nice thing about fall leaves is they usually are dried up and store pretty well. You might benefit from shredding the leaves so they take up less space....
Forum: Biofuels 04-23-11, 04:30 PM
Replies: 20
Views: 18,936
Posted By go4haudio
A more practical approach for the average home...

A more practical approach for the average home must be used. Large scale compost mounds provide plenty of food and water for the bacteria but do a poor job aerating the culture medium. A home scale...
Forum: Biofuels 04-23-11, 03:06 PM
Replies: 20
Views: 18,936
Posted By go4haudio
I am really grateful and for the feedback on this...

I am really grateful and for the feedback on this topic. I am also somewhat surprised at how much information is already available on this topic. Compost depends on the action of bacteria. The...
Forum: Biofuels 04-20-11, 03:49 PM
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Views: 18,936
Posted By go4haudio
Compost as a Heat Source

Compost as heat source?
I am starting this thread on the suggestion of A/C Hacker whose thread "Homemade Heatpump Manifesto" inspired me. A well composted mass often reaches temperatures of 150-180...
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