Putting waste to work: energy from methane

Australia, 1992

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In the search for energy alternatives to fossil fuels, a number of ways have been discovered to employ the methane rich gas produced from various waste materials. This video explores a number of situations where this valuable resource has been harnessed. These include a municipal land fill tip and a sewage treatment plant. Various aspects of science, technology and society are examined.

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