Hong Kong has prepared a HK$37 million ($4.75 million) composting plant to deal with up to 20 tonnes of manure a day from horses taking part in equestrian events in next month’s Olympics and September’s Paralympics.
Hong Kong opens processing plant for manure – guardian.co.uk.
Director and Professor, Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture | Louisiana State University | Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA
Designer | EDSA Inc. | Shanghai China
SUBSCRIBE | WEEKLY UPDATES
SUBSCRIBE | DAILY UPDATES
SUBSCRIBE TO WEEKLY NEWSLETTER
SUBSCRIBE DAILY UPDATES