The Method of the day for Survivalists:
It’s true, you can get free hot water by using this compost wheelie bin setup. This is a nice method of obtaining free hot water. Of course it’s not boiling hot, however you’ll be pleased with exactly how warm the water does get using a compost wheelie bin.
This is mainly for places that get rather cool in the winter time. This is a great idea you should take action on.
“What I have made is a compost heater, inside a wheelie bin with 20 mm poly pipe coiled around the outside wall of a pipe – about 8 meters in each bin.
Compost can reach a core temperature of 70 degrees Centigrade. Conventional Hot Water systems are thermostatically set to heat the water to around 65 – 70 degrees centigrade. So at its peak this system will create very hot water for free. Watch the video for more details. Read more at: PermaCultureNews.org/
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