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02/12/2019 at 02:20
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Salut*

This sounds so great!
Where can I watch your videos and what is the apps name?
Im an illustrator from germany and love to collect litter in nature, my crazy hobby. I would really enjoy a active european forum for trash picker, so if anybody knows a nice website*** When Im on the sea I catch up all this little colourful plastic pieces and combine them in woodsculptures or acessoires, they are a bit like mosaics.
Have a nice time!
Greets from Gelnhausen

starter
09/11/2019 at 13:01
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Salut*

I know from a hotel that is heating 2000 liter water a day with a big compost of horse shit and wood. They use it for the showers, washingmachines, dish washer and the tap. This is it how it looks like(video is not so good)

Ive some data of a smaller Biomeiler
hight 3m                       floor   3.5m x 3m.
35 m³ woodpieces , 11 tons weight
2,5 kW for circa 12 month
a energypotential of 22,000kWh and 5-6 tons good compost soil in the end.

And a solar air heater is a good way for the winter too. They use it in mongolian yurts and it cost 12$ to build and makes 10 degrees more in the room.

I really wanna illustrate all of this good ideas and make videos for youtube, is there anybody else interested in joining?***   Greets, Laura

starter
09/11/2019 at 01:26
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Perfect for heating water, a green house and the floor of your tiny home is a “Biomeiler”, a simple compost energy. Cold water is rinning through kuper lines or a long tube and warmed up in the 65 degree warm compost heap. U can use  wood pieces, leaves, horse shit or other organic material and it costs really nothing and last for 12 month to 24 month.
Here is a filmlink:

The solar energy for cooking can melt plastic too.
Using a old satellite bowl and aluminum foil tape for it. This energy is absolutly free on sunny winter days.

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