Forget about the shit hitting the fan. Imagine being enveloped in it as it wafts through your ventilation system.
A revolutionary renewable power scheme dubbed ‘Poopy Power’ could provide cheap heat for Britain, it emerged today.
Britain’s first commercial-scale venture to convert canine excrement into bio-gas that can be used to power a turbine is set be unveiled after three years of development work.
Streetkleen is the brainchild of Gary Downie, a former Manhatten banker now living in Cheshire, who has persuaded an unnamed English local authority to get involved.
The council is in final negotiations to adopt the revolutionary Streetkleen Bio system which could be rolled out as soon as July.
Councils spend £72.5million a year sending Britain’s annual mountain of 700,000 tonnes of dog waste to landfill sites.
The developer claims it’ll be odor-free. Sure it will.
Mr Downie told the Independent: ‘The idea is to get people to see beyond the “yuck factor” and consider this waste as an economic commodity which also has the social benefit of creating healthier and more sustainable communities if we can process it in a way that harnesses green technologies.’