Scientists Generate Electricity From Waste Water

If previously you can use urine to recharge your phone, it doesn`t mean the need for unlimited energy has ended.

Humans still have to continue to seek a new sources of renewable unlimited energy.

And since man always produce sewage then our scientist from Stanford University has discovered a new way to produce electricity from it.

The scientists made a prototype of a D-cell battery consists of two electrodes (positive and negative) in a bottle which is included into the waste water full of microbial bacteria.

The microbial bacteria will directly surrounding the negative electrode while giving electrons that can trigger positive electrode.

Hopefully in the future this technique can be used soon in a number of waste water recycling facility.

Source: Stanford University | Written by: Ronny TechCinema