Green Technology for Japan

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+26 1. HellsVacancy commented 10 years ago

Theres one of these things near my house (UK), i attended a job interview there not so long ago, the smell was absolutely disgusting, i was told its all left-over food from Tesco, Morrisons etc, i couldnt believe how much wasted food there was (hence the smell)

I didnt get the job *couldnt even get a job at a dump, doesnt speak volumes for me does it*
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+3 2. Rexxae commented 10 years ago

They say Japan wont be habitable in 15 years, because the nuclear reactor, and the japanese severely underestimated the radioactive waste
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+15 3. deragent commented 10 years ago

1:38 "1 megawatt of power per hour" I so hope this is a translation error, otherwise this lady doesn't fully seems to understand her field of work ....
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+2 4. sux2bu commented 10 years ago

Wow , 12 women did not like my chauvinistic comment,oh well.
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0 5. Acorn commented 10 years ago

Habitable 15 years?
That´s a big understatement !
Try 50 to 150 years, they don´t know yet :(
It could even be double that.
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+2 6. sartre commented 10 years ago

Karin Lipp-Mayer:

"What's happened in Japan is almost lucky".

I hope that was a bad translation of what she said in German. One of the largest earthquakes ever recorded, causing 15,000+ deaths and one of the world's largest nuclear accidents is hardly "lucky". :(
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0 7. huldu commented 10 years ago

#4 She clearly likes it from behind. That can sometimes be a problem for some people. Strong women are quite rare.
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+2 8. Sizzlik (admin) commented 10 years ago

#6 all in the context..its lucky but sad that this terrible thing is needed to open peoples eyes for other sollutions.
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+3 9. Malakyte commented 10 years ago

Did I hear "Z"endai instead of "S"endai (??) at the beginning of the video???
The name of this city was properly pronounced thousands of times last year and this journalist didn't make any effort on the comment (or research)...

#2 You are partially right. This facility looks like an Anaerobic Digestion Plant. With 300 tons of waste (obviously per day), it should be able to produce 1~3MWh (also per day).

The Megawatt-hour (symbolized MWh) is a unit of energy equivalent to one Megawatt (1 MW) of power expended for one hour (1 h) of time.
1MWh is "One Megawatt-hour" and not "One Megawatt per hour".