Learn about harnessing the power of doggie doo
The Ward 32 Renewable Energy Committee along with a new non-profit company presently developing a biogas plant at the Toronto Zoo are holding a community meeting on a new dog waste methane project Thursday, July 26 at Community Centre 55, 97 Main St. (at Swanick Avenue).
The gathering, which is set to begin at 7 p.m., will provide details about both groups and their efforts to harness the power of doggie doo.
All are welcome to attend and ask questions.
ZooShare Biogas Co-operative is developing a biogas plant on the grounds of the Toronto Zoo that will turn the zoo’s annual manure output – along with food waste from GTA-based grocery stores – into electricity, heat and fertilizer.
For details, visit www.zooshare.ca or call 416-767-9731.