BlogNews"Could HERU be the Dyson of rubbish?" asks the BBC

"Could HERU be the Dyson of rubbish?" asks the BBC

In his recent BBC blog, David Gregory-Kumar, BBC Science, Environment & Rural Affairs Correspondent, looks in depth at the HERU.

"A kitchen gadget that reduces your rubbish and recycling to spoonful of ash while heating your home's hot water? Sounds like science fiction, and yet that's just what a new invention promises..." writes David, in his article entitled: New kitchen appliance turning rubbish into hot water

In his piece, David goes on to explore the technology behind the HERU and its implications, and ultimately asking "could HERU be the Dyson of rubbish?" (although we view rubbish more as 'resource').

You can read the full article on the BBC at the following: www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hereford-worcester-43643709

"Could HERU be the Dyson of rubbish?" asks the BBC