Ohio State Wooster Campus Gets 30% of Its Electricity from Refuse-generated Biogas

The Wooster campus of Ohio State University’s Agricultural Research and Development Center is recycling waste to alternative energy. The research group employs an anaerobic digestion technology, which turns a variety of organic wastes into biogas that is converted into electricity. The campus is slowly reaching is taking strides in the right direction to reach its goal of carbon neutrality, with nearly a third of the energy required to power the main campus being satiated from these methods.


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