Conversion of human waste into biochar using pyrolysis at a community-scale facility in Kenya (Stanford University and Climate Foundation, USA and Kenya)


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Re: The Climate Foundation Q&A (with the topics posed at the Susana webinar)

hi all,

whoever was involved in this project and/or contributed to this thread on the forum: what happened with this project? where does it stand to-day? What have been successes, what have been problems?

I have written emails to Climate Foundation and Sanergy trying to find out but have not received any response. Anybody else who knows something? I can imagine the process works (FS --> bio-char) but possibly not yet economically.

I found a very interesting article here:

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Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex... It takes a touch of a genius - and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction.
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