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A remarkable food production plant is being assembled in a former meat processing facility in Chicago. It’s remarkable because the waste from one type of food becomes the raw material for another. So “The Plant” will be producing Kombucha tea, fresh vegetables, tilapia, and beer…with virtually no waste! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsAquaponic Farm with Fish & Vegetables at a Former Meat Packing Factory at Plant ChicagoLearn Tilapia Fish Farming The DIY Aquaponics WayVertical Tower Garden Feeds 10,000+ People a Year at the World’s 4th Busiest AirportUrban Organics Aquaponics Doesn’t Use Raw Fish Poop as FertilizerAquaponics Rocks ( Growing Medium ) Wash Install Plant – $40 Aquaponics – Barrelponics Made EasyGrowing Fish in Greenhouses


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  • AcidProblemChild 1 year ago

    I wonder if the organic waste (feces/urine) of the factory participants is integrated into their system? And if there is a 'factory owner' with 'factory workers' or if this is a cooperative like the Basque Mondragon?

  • Gabrielthebuilder XL 1 year ago

    i live 5 blicks from it and the outside of the building looks the same but there is a garden next to the parking lot

  • darris321 1 year ago

    Research georgism and the land value tax. The LVT encourages efficient use of space so building is done upward instead of outward.

  • Costruttorinnovabili 1 year ago

    This video is an ispiration

  • Valentina König 1 year ago

    This is a great explanation! Thank you

  • Schpankme Verimuch 1 year ago

    “There are no Governments only Corporations”, controlled by VATICAN Banksters and its CITY OF LONDON Corporations known as UNITED STATES, CANADA, ISRAEL and the other British Colonies.

    see youtube:
    Season of Treason Full
    Syncretism; The true Theology
    Syncretism; The perennial Philosophy

  • enticed2zeitgeist 1 year ago

    Wow, that's truly incredible although I can't imagine that it produces "all" of it's own energy. Surely this is still connected to the power grid? Hopefully we'll see lots of ideas like this coming out soon.

  • sheilagla 1 year ago

    Sounds…. Good….XX xy

  • gmichaelz 1 year ago

    Is the plant's digestor set up and operating? Is the beer and tea brewery set up as well?