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Firing up Kenya's local economy with poop charcoal

In Kenya, human waste is converted into charcoal briquettes used for cooking. The idea may sound disgusting, but it's not. The poop-charcoal is now even firing up the local economy. A kilo of briquettes sells for about 50 US cents.The resulting briquettes have gone through a remarkable transformation.

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