New Jersey: Powered by Garbage

New Jersey: Powered by Garbage
Dan Gould
  • 29 october 2008

New Jersey is capturing a man-made natural resource of sorts – they’re mining their garbage dumps for energy. For several years now, the garden state has been turning decades worth of household trash into a consistent source of power. Methane gas produced by decomposing garbage is captured and used as fuel to generate electricity.

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