New Process That Converts Human Generated Waste Into Fuel In Space

11. 26. 14 by Futurism
  • The process could produce 290 liters of methane per crew per day, all produced in a week
  • The process also would produce about 200 gallons of non-potable water annually from all the waste
  • In earth-bound applications, that fuel could be used for heating, electricity generation or transportation.

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