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U.K. Supermarket To Run On Electricity Made From Its Own Rotting Food

popsci.com — One U.K. grocery store plans to power itself using biogas harvested from its own unsold, rotting produce. Yum. A Sainsbury's store in Cannock in central England is getting access to anaerobic digesters. The store plans to use electricity solely from the digesters, taking no electricity from the U.K.'s national power grid, which is fed by a combination of coal, natural gas, nuclear power plants and other sources.
Jul 22, 2014

U.K. supermarket gets power from discarded food. If only we could all run on our own waste. po.st/1AhfHn via @popsci

Jul 22, 2014

RT @PopSci: A supermarket will run entirely on power generated by its own rotting food popsci.com/article/scienc…