Hurrah, Nepal’s Future is in the Dung Heap

[BIOMASS] Thirty years ago, when textile engineer John Finlay was involved in constructing a biogas plant for a private household in Bhairawa, the last thing he expected was that the technology would transform Nepal. Finlay was a young and ambitious engineer at the Butwal Technical Institute set up by the United Mission to Nepal (UMN) in 1974. He was looking forward to create small-is-beautiful technologies that would help Nepali farmers.
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