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The Inherent Energy of Compost

Posted by on Aug 22, 2015 in Featured, Sustainability | 0 comments

The Inherent Energy of Compost

Compost, who could be against it? (1) It seems the sensible thing to do. It is definitely better than it used to be. The question to be asked is, do we get the most out of the organic garbage? Organic waste is in the following refered to as Biomass. Compost is a waste of the Inherent Energy of biomass. Biomass is much more than just the organic waste of house and gardening. A substantial part of man-made Biomass is the sewage. A nice way of saying human feces. Add to this the waste our pets...

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Again the TOTEM!

Posted by on Mar 16, 2011 in Totem | 10 comments

Again the TOTEM!

The basic statement of the TOTEM System¬†is, use what you have! You don’t use muscles, than you have to use a machine. This¬†constitutes a multiplied need for energy. The old saying, that if you had a brain, you would not have to use your muscles, is so not valid anymore. In times of Climate Change signs. Use more muscles, means less technical energy is needed. And this is the declared goal of every ecological conscience person. Still many minor jobs, which do not demand much energy, are...

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