Biomass Benefits Bountiful

Biomass Benefits Bountiful

There are 3 comments on the Watertown Daily Times story from Jan 30, 2011, titled Biomass Benefits Bountiful. In it, Watertown Daily Times reports that:

On a cold January morning, a group of fourth-graders bundled up, trekked outside and learned how giant piles of wood chips are being used to keep their school warm all winter.

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alondra

Tucson, AZ

#1 Feb 7, 2011
im still confused
Sammy Snodgrass

AOL

#2 Feb 8, 2011
At first glance it looks great, I hope it is. I do however question how long the system will last and its total cost in the first place. Will it pay for itself in 5, 6 or ten years? What we're told in the news is not enought to let us see the total picture.

“Be green. Help the planet.”

Since: Mar 11

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#3 Mar 28, 2011
It's always good when schools begin using renewable energy. It's the best way for kids to value the environment and green energy because they are able to experience it.

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