The greenhouses powered by sewage | FT Food Revolution

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Carbon-saving marvels of agricultural engineering have sprouted from the fields of southeast Britain – two of the largest greenhouses in the country. A pioneering design harnesses heat from nearby wastewater plants, cutting carbon footprints by up to 75 per cent. But the developer says more subsidies are needed to support emission-saving design.

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