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Cameroon: Secondary education ministry sensitizes the youth on environmental problems, via distribution of biogas production kit

Cameroon: Secondary education ministry sensitizes the youth on environmental problems, via distribution of biogas production kit
  • Comments   -   Monday, 21 October 2019 18:31

(Business in Cameroon) - On October 23, Homebiogas, an Israelian renewable energies company, will hand a biogas production kit to Nkol-Eton College in Yaoundé, Cameroon, the Israelian embassy informs.

According to the embassy, the kit, created in 2012, is a revolutionary system that uses bacteria to recycle household organic waste into biogas or natural fertilizers via decomposition. The gas produced during the decomposition process is then used as cooking fuel.

The distribution to be done at Nkol-Eton College falls within the framework of the “ongoing cooperation with the Cameroonian ministry of secondary education that recently acquired seven units of the technology and installed them at various schools in Yaoundé.” According to sources, the ministry of secondary education plans to equip every school with that technology to raise the youth’s awareness about current environmental problems.

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