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I was wondering what the story was about using human waste in a biogas production system. It seems as  though there are systems out there for cow, pig chicken etc manure, or even just to use vegetable matter ( which supposedly produces more gas) but nobody  ever suggests using human waste. I can't imagine it hasn't been thought of, does anyone know of anywhere this has been tried?
 
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