David Fulford has written an outstanding text on the advantages and challenges of running a biogas programme in a third world country. Mr. Fulford's text outlines the myriad applications that biogas plants can perform, and demonstrates the practical utility of this renewable energy resource. Many people, from bureaucrats to engineers, as well as the concerned and proactive layperson, can learn a great deal from this volume.
The text contains twelve chapters and five appendices, and includes a handy glossary for the novice and a very well researched bibliography. Although the book was first published in 1988, it manages to give the reader a sense of what it takes to organize and administer a biogas program in a third world country. Many of the issues raised in the book are still relevant today.
Detalles de publicación
- Editor: Intermediate Technology Publications
- ISBN-10: 0946688494
- Dewey Decimal: 665.776
- Librería ECHO: 665.776 FUL