A loan of $2,775 helped to build a biogas reactor.

I Made's story

Living in an area of dense population, it's become a challenge for I Made. I Made, 53, lives in the suburban areas near the beach in West Bali. He has been running a pig business for almost 10 years. Previously, he lived in rural areas, but three years ago, he moved to the place he lives in now.

Currently he has 21 fattening pigs, 1 sow, 1 male and a cage, which has a width of 10m and length of 2.5 m. His business is growing because he produces good quality pigs. Because the number of pigs is increasing, they produce more and more dirt as well. I Made dug a hole for drainage. Because the hole was not able to accommodate disposal of the waste, it's become pollution for residents around his house. I Made heard about the biogas program from socialization by MUK at the village office. He immediately joined the program and built a biogas reactor in the back of the cage. Currently the construction of the reactor is in progress. I Made is hoping with the biogas reactor, in addition to reducing costs in the kitchen, pollution to the environment can be overcome.

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