Integrated bioenergy production from municipal wastewater stream by In-N-Out WTE
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This is a very interesting, imaginative and potentially impactful idea. The one concern is, what you're proposing is very difficult; can you really pull it off? The fact that you already have a partnership with the City and some funding is very promising -- it's critical (and reassuring to me) that you have secure partnerships.
After the pilot in Cincinnati, I'd like to see this project in a major city of a middle income country -- Mexico City perhaps, or Bombay. Many low income countries have such little infrastructure that this would be very hard to pull off.
Good luck during the voting period!
Thank you for submitting a proposal to the Climate CoLab.
This is a thorough and well-presented proposal, which presents an approach to grease in waste water that could effectively impact the reduction of GHG emissions.
For your revisions, we would like to see more information that addresses the workability of the project; specifically, it will make for a much more impactful proposal if you could be very detailed about where you intend to pilot and what kind of by-in you have from community partners (i.e. a local waste treatment company and/or the municipal government). Thus far the only thing mentioned is that it will be piloted in the US.
Additionally, we think it would be interesting to imagine how you might adapt and apply this technology to low-income countries.
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