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This is a video of a group of people testing out their compost powered water heater- which is pretty thrilling for us, as we've been chatting about an almost identical model for a while now. It's very exciting to see it working and to know that there's someone I can contact to ask about it.
- Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILzxOH6n7-c&feature=PlayList&p=3E9C6C0FC24AAB39&index=6
- TODO: check the licence of the video, and if CC, then put it into a Kaltura video so we can have it here in the wiki.
Here is a diagram of the model they've based their design on, designed by Jean Pain, who was hot stuff on the composting scene.
This is a great, terrible video. It's basically a blooper reel of a fellow trying to rig up a solar shower, so it's a pretty clear "here's some of the challenges you might deal with" instructional.