Biogas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

This year has started well.  Green Heat (U) Ltd has currently implementing a Biogas project in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest at Buhoma Community Rest Camp, which is 450km away from Kampala.

Food leftovers and peelings will be used to generate biogas for cooking. Green Heat will go down in mid February to test the gas and train staff in how to prepare the feedstock and cook using the gas, as it represents a certain cultural shift and people need to be supported in this.

Green Heat has produced a biogas user questionnaire that the camp owners will be asked to complete every 6 months to make sure they are happy with the system and to detect any problems.  In the initial installation costs, provision was made to offer back up and maintenance support for 6 months following the installation.

Go through the slide below and see the magic of waste!

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We, at Green Heat, are looking forward to making this year a success with more biogas digesters installed across the country. Institutions, such as tourist centres, schools, orphanages, farms and households with organic waste in both rural and urban settings can benefit from having biogas, which is really exciting.

Thank you for all the support and we will keep you posted on our progress.

P.S. An exciting household product will be launched soon!
We cannot wait to get it into your kitchens!

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5 thoughts on “Biogas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

    • Thank you Mr. Marco Russ,

      At Green Heat, we are focusing on energy from waste (waste management) and we aim to transfer this know-how to more people and organizations.. That we our world will be greener.

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