In 2010, IDEP brought project BIRU (biogas installations for communities in Indonesia) to Bali, in collaboration with HIVOS, who first implemented the project in Java.
IDEP has certified over 40 farmers in biogas production, one in each village, and installed reactors in their homes. In each household, a biogas reactor can produce energy in the form of gas, for cooking up to 6 hours a day or electricity.
Biogas reactors are environmentally friendly and sustainable sources of energy; each reactor only takes the waste of 3 cows or 5 pigs to run.
Slurry, the left-over product of the reactors, is also an excellent organic fertilizer.
Please help us distribute more biogas reactors to families in need by donating here.