A worker at the Inland Empire Utilities Agency cradles some of the residual manure emerging from the agency’s methane digester. Bacteria breaks down the manure and creates methane, which the agency uses to generate electricity. The residual manure is shipped off for composting and then sold as high-quality fertilizer.
Rick Loomis / LAT
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