In the process of learning about Biogas, I am sure we’re at about step 65. Last week I have been very busy with assisting a Dutch installation team here in Suba, Kenya.
This team was here to install a 4000m3 anaerobic digester. Yes, 4000m3. It is a big boy. In my thesis research, this digester is the subject
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For now, we’ve just been busy with the installation. That is why I do have some pictures. So, less talk today, but much more to see. The next weblog I’ll write something about building a digester as the ones in Mozambique, which are 700 times smaller than this huge balloon.
And now we need to fill it and start it. Maybe in three months we have some gas, but I think it can take up to 6 months…Let’s see what we can do…
Concluding: I am very happy and feel very much at home. In the evening I see hundreds of lights from the fisherman at Lake Victoria, and in daytime I have seen a chameleon, Sea-Eagle and tons of monkeys.
The food is brilliant here, they even serve pizza, and the accommodation absolutely fantastic. All the building equipment I am about to learn to handle. That saves me quite a lot of money, because in Holland I pay too much for that…
And yes, here a Toyota Landcruiser is what is taking me from A to B. I love it!