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Landfill and bio gas CHP unit at Bakoteh dumpsite

As many African countries, Gambia has a waste problem, which not only threatens the environment of the West African country, but which does also affect the population’s health. Therefore, Project Lighthouse Gambia (PLG) is engaged with a Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) project by establishing a landfill and bio gas Combined Heat and Power (CHP) unit, in order to make a future-oriented contribution to an ecological meaningful and sustainable waste treatment and a stable power generation in the Gambia.

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The Project Movie “Landfill and bio gas CHP project in the Gambia” below will give you a brief introduction to the background of the project.

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Dr. Yves Lamour explains the current sewage treatment and potential for the bio gas CHP (in German language).

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