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Biomeiler Jain Pain
Biomeiler Jain Pain
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Bichlach Hechenbichl, Koessen, Tyrol, AT
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Biomeiler Jain Pain

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Rural, Demonstration

Project Summary

Chopped wood with water built to shape which was designed by Jain Pain in france for composting and heating of water. Good heat result in beginning, but when outside temperature fall under -15 °C process of composting decreases.

Project Description

The small shrubs and trees from the pastures and wood of a farm where chopped and composted. Small shrubs and trees on the pastures are a threat to cultural land and we have to remove them for that reason. Also comb wood was used.

In the past the shrups were burnt or just put aside without further use. So the idea is to use this resource as compost and heating device.

This film shows how we built it:


further information in german with some fotos:



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