George Hawkins, general manager of DC Water, explains the thermal hydrolysis project at the company's Blue Plains waste treatment plant in Washington on March 13, 2014. As part of the process, the plant "pressure cooks" waste to kill pathogens and prepare it for methanogens to generate gas.
George Hawkins, general manager of DC Water, explains the thermal hydrolysis project at the company's Blue Plains waste treatment plant in Washington on March 13, 2014. As part of the process, the plant "pressure cooks" waste to kill pathogens and prepare it for methanogens to generate gas. The Washington Post
George Hawkins, general manager of DC Water, explains the thermal hydrolysis project at the company's Blue Plains waste treatment plant in Washington on March 13, 2014. As part of the process, the plant "pressure cooks" waste to kill pathogens and prepare it for methanogens to generate gas. The Washington Post

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