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Ivorian inventor’s award-winning box turns waste into farmer’s gold

By Reuters
11 November 2021   |   6:23 am
Award-winning biowaste converters are helping farmers in Ivory Coast turn mountains of agricultural by-products into compost for their fields or gas for their cooking stoves.

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