In a way, we all produce HomeBiogas right inside our amazing bodies. And I don’t mean that just as a Beavis & Butthead joke (though, check out the biogas I’m making from these chili cheese jalapeno nachos, Beavis. Hehheh, heheh.) When we eat food, our bodies digest it, absorb the nutrients, and release the rest as waste.
With the HomeBiogas 2.0, it’s bacteria that are eating the food – in this case our own inedible or leftover food scraps, or animal manure – digesting and absorbing the nutrients they need, and releasing the rest as waste. It’s called biogas. And HomeBiogas 2.0 has figured out something way more productive to use the bacteria’s waste for than stinking your friend Cornelius out of the living room right at the big reveal in Arrival.
The HomeBiogas 2.0 harnesses the digestive waste of bacteria and turns it into gas energy you can use to power your kitchen stove. It’s like the ultimate compost bin, taking in all your food scraps and dog doo, requiring no electricity or other power source to operate, and then converting it all into viable energy – up to 2 hours of cooking gas per day.
Click here to see how the inflatable-tent-looking mad science contraption works: