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Animal Waste: The Days Of Pooh-Poohing This Green Resource Are Over!

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It's time to change our perspective about what cycles through animal's bodies at the end of the day -- http://www.greenwala.com/profiles/3446-Kieran-K/blog/3962-Animal-Waste-The-Days-Of-Pooh-Poohing-This-Green-Resource-Are-Over It's hardly gross when you realize just how many phenomenally practical things it can be turned into!
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Hurry! Buy your reindeer pucky here! 
Bloomington, Illinois-based Miller Park Zoo recently made headlines with their wildly popular, dime-sized upcycled, pearlescent reindeer pellet necklaces and Christmas ornaments, priced at $15.00 and $7.50 respectively. 
 What a wonderful gift to give for someone to hang around their neck - a tiny ball of s**t!

The Portland, OR zoo has sold ZooDoo since the 60's and maybe longer. Helps pay some of the costs. İ also remember they sell paintings done by the chimps.

Developing countries commonly use dried cow dung as a source of fuel but the resulting methane is also used as a renewable form of biogas. Floors and walls are also lined with the raw material, not only to repel insects but also to thermally insulate structures in a very affordable manner. Right and the people who use it do so because they can't afford anything else. The younger kids have the daily duty of collecting the fresh cow stuff and manually making patties of it.

Funny how a city is willing to subsidize a sports teams stadium in an action that normally becomes a fiasco but they don't see fit to improve municipal waste handling - say methane capture. The owner of the Carolina Panthers received very minimum public funds to their stadium in the early 90's - Richardson built it on his own.
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