The human waste such as feaces and urine fed into our septic tanks later disposed using exhausters may be brought to an end after Naivasha based rasidence invented a new way of utilising them. The rising cost of fuel in Kenya is compelling people to look for alternatives ways of making ends meet by cutting the cost of living.
In story covered by Tuko news just two days after the conclusion of WRC in Naivasha, one of the residence in the area displayed his cheap and environmetal-friendly cooking and lighting gas from human waste.
The human waste such as in the residence flush toilets are connected using plastic pipe which delivers the waste to a bio-digester. The human faecal is broken down by anaerobic bacteria once in the biodigester and a gas is generated in the process.
Netizens applauded this innovation and many seemed to be interested in the move to reduce the expenses brought in by petroleum fuel dependance. Here were some of their comments on Facebook.
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