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Lauren's class took a "sustainability tour" at an eco resort not far from us, and we learned how green waste from their kitchen is collected in a system that captures the methane gas it produces. The gas is converted into fuel for cooking, and the remaining compost is used as fertilizer for crops grown on-site. Cooking oils are recycled and used to create dish soap, body washes, and shampoos. It was low tech and ingenious, like so many things we've seen in Costa Rica.

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Hi,These are some photos I took. I like to take Self Portraits. I will be taking more pictures of Costa Rica. Thank for your selfy. --

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