I'm looking for someone with biogas engineering expertise to tell me whether my idea for intensive worm farming to fix climate change could work.
Biogas generation has very similar problem for example the need to contain greenhouse gases which would be damaging in global warming terms if they escape.
I found online information sheets
from the Centre for Alternative Technology
in Wales. They include one about biogas
. Some of the people they link to from that sheet are also Ashden Award
winners like the ones I wrote about for my power players post.
The Ashden Awards page about biogas
has several ways to find people working on biogas projects.
Another resource CAT link to is a local charity, Practical Action
, who are based quite near where I live so I will get in touch with them to see whether they can answer my questions. They have this page about biogas
generation from cow dung.
CAT's information sheet also lists BIOGEN - Greenfinch
who operate a biogas plant from household waste in the UK, they look like they will have the kind of expertise I need. I hope they will take a moment to talk to me. :)