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Bainbridge biodigester will eat like a HORSE

The unit outside the restaurant is among ABC Member, Impact Bioenergy's, first HORSE units (High-solids Oganic waste Recycling System with Electrical output) and will run for the next six months as a pilot demonstration in a partnership among the restaurant, Puget Sound Energy and Impact Bioenergy. This might mean having fewer dumpsters at the restaurant, which are now emptied twice a week. Puget Sound Energy hopes the renewable energy project will facilitate discussions about a larger permanent digester in the community, according to PSE spokeswoman Karen Brubeck.

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