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Exeter Agri-Energy at the Stonyvale dairy farm in Exeter
Date: 1/18/2013 Album ID: 1597621
Photos by David Leaming
Staff photo by David Leaming
MOO ENERGY: Two of the 1,000 cows at the Stonyvale farm in Exeter. Waste from the cows and food products are used to produce gas to power electricity.
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POWER SOURCE: Stonyvale farm worker Joachin Hershbine pushes cow manure into a transport system that takes the manure to a digester where it is mixed with food waste and the gases produced are used to power a generator to produce electricity at the Exeter farm.
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WASTE TO ENERGY: John Wintle watches as food waste material is unloaded in one of the receiving tanks at Exeter Agri-Energy at the Stonyvale dairy farm in Exeter. The waste is mixed with cow manure and produces gas that is used to power a generator to make electricity.
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