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“I would love to see a community-based digestor in Dingle”

MaREI’s Prof. Jerry D. Murphy

Just one of the takeaway points from our recent session on Anaerobic Digestion (AD) held at Dingle Hub.  Watch the full webinar including Q&A now.

AD delivers a renewable fuel source from biodegradable material like slurry, grass and food waste. We gathered a panel of experts on AD from the Bioeconomy Research Groups of MTU and MaREI, alongside other interested parties from across the Peninsula and further afield.  

Soláthraíonn díleá anaeróbach foinse inathnuaite breosla atá bunaithe ar ábhair in-bhithmhillte ar nós sciodair, féir agus dramhaíola bia. Ag tógáil ar an staidéar féidearthachta atá críochnaithe cheana féin, agus le súil an díleá anaeróbach a fhorbairt i gCorca Dhuibhne, chualamar an t-eolas is déanaí faoin teicneolaíocht seo. D’fhreagair na saineolaithe ceisteanna ón bpobal a bhí ina dteannta ar-líne don seimineár gréasáin, agus is féidir leat dul siar air seo anois – tá an seimineár ar fáil anseo agus ar ár gcainéal YouTube.

Building on the feasibility study already completed and with a view to development of AD on the Dingle Peninsula, we heard the latest perspectives on this technology. The experts answered questions from the public who had joined the webinar online and you can catch-up now – the webinar is available here and on our YouTube channel.

Q&A session at Anaerobic Digestion Webinar April 22

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