Community in Stockholm uses biogas, combined heat and power (CHP),
and recycling to cut greenhouse gas emmisions, conserve energy,
recycle and provide energy.
"Combustible waste is burned in the CHP plant that provides both
electricity and heat to the dwellings. It provides 70% of the heat
requirements of the development; the other 30% comes from heat
recovered from waste water."
"All the waste water goes to a treatment plant. This produces
biogas from sewage which is used to power buses and cooking
stoves. The residue is used to produce nutrient-rich soil."
James Gabriel Duncan
BioEnergy and Sustainable Technology Society