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Food leftovers could be power source in Wales
Daily Post
July 15, 2008

"Wales could produce 1% of its energy needs by composting 800,000 
tonnes of food that people throw away every year, the Assembly 
Government believes."

Energy production is only part of the benefits of the plan.  It 
also saves on energy costs of handling waste and land used to 
landfill, as well as greenhouse gas emissions from the landfill.  
Food waste to biogas conversion has many benefits beyond producing 
a sustainable energy source.  Still this can be a significant 
source of renewable energy.

http://www.dailypost.co.uk/farming-north-wales/farming-news/2008/07/15/food-leftovers-could-be-power-source-in-wales-55578-21341985/

Ryan Graunke