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24 Dec · Fri 2010
Excellent source for the beginer wanting to get involved in methane digester projects. The link to the website is posted below.
Anaerobic Digester Project
My Anaerobic Digester Project is going to be building: (a) A small-scale digester. (b) A medium-scale digester. My project will also include research on the workings of anaerobic digesters, the usage of anaerobic digesters and the possible future of anaerobic digesters that can be used at home.
Posted by Poly @ 09:04 AM CST
There are many different types of food co-ops. I have attached a link to a good source of explanation.
Just the first paragraph, for more please click the link.
A food co-op is a collectively owned grocery store. Most frequently, a food co-op focuses on making natural foods more affordable for co-op members, although other products may be carried as well. There are a number of different styles of food co-op, but all of them share common values of group management and decision making, social responsibility, and equality. Towns of all sizes have food co-ops ranging from very small to quite large, and it is usually easy to find a food co-op near you.
Posted by Poly @ 08:52 AM CST
1. All Purpose Cleaner: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to 2 Tbs. of vinegar with 1 tsp. of borax. Put solution in a 12 ounce spray bottle, then fill bottle with warn distilled or purified water. Shake until borax dissolves.
2. Bedsores: For a bedridden person. Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to 1 Tbs. of almond or olive oil. and massage in affected parts of the body.
5. Humidifier: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to the humidifier. This will clean. disinfect and refresh the air.
8. Vaporizer: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to a cup of water; leave in room to help alleviate stuffiness, allergies, headaches and flu symptoms. Or heat a pot of water and drop 3-5 drops of tea tree oil, after removing pot from burner.
Posted by Poly @ 08:29 AM CST