Lampposts Powered by Trash

From designer Haneum Lee comes a concept that would power street lights from the energy generated by the trash collected from its base. The lamppost composts the trash and uses the methane byproduct as a fuel to power the lamps. I'm not sure how much trash is needed to power a full side street lamp or if today mostly plastic and paper garbage are well suited for composting but its a novel idea.

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