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Title: Biogas technology in the Third World : a multi-disciplinary review
Authors: IDRC
Barnett, A.
Pyle, L.
Subramanian, S.K.
Keywords: METHANE
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
TECHNICAL ASPECTS
BIOMASS
WASTES
ENERGY SOURCES
RURAL COMMUNITIES
FUELS
FERTILIZERS
SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS
ECONOMIC ASPECTS
ASIA
STATISTICAL DATA
Issue Date: 1978
Publisher: IDRC, Ottawa, ON, CA
Abstract: Compilation on methane generation in developing countries and the technical aspects of biomass and organic waste fermentation - discusses other energy sources available to rural communities, feasibility of small-scale digesters for the production of fuel and fertilizer, social implications and economic aspects of biogas technology; includes case studies from Asia, bibliographic notes, statistical data.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/3493
ISBN: 0-88936-162-2
Appears in Collections:1970s / Années 1970
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