The rural sustainable villages project manager took the opportunity to showcase the operation and benefits of the Agama Pro6 biogas system that is installed at Mount Arthur High school. The delegates were very fascinated by what the system can do. With various questions such, how much the system would cost for a household installation to how much gas can be produced.
The CHDM and WESSA handed over 8 Wheelie bins and 25 indigenous trees to the school as part of the celebrations.
The event was such a success with over 200 people in attendance from the nearby community. There was a lot of learning that took place and this event afforded the community to learn about the projects implemented at the school.