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Logan City turning human waste into energy in move to go carbon neutral within two years | ABC News

Queensland’s Logan City is the first local government area in Australia to turn human waste into energy after trialling a state-of-the-art gasification plant at the Loganholme Waste Water Treatment plant.

The $17 million plant takes biosolids, a substance made from the treatment of sewage, and generates electricity.

It also creates an inert substance called biochar that can be used for agricultural purposes.

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