By CBC News Ottawa, March 15, 2018
It's a sight dog owners know well: garbage cans in parks piled high with full plastic poop bags.
It's a lot of waste, and as dog ownership increases, so will the amount of waste produced by our furry four-legged friends.
But there's technology that can turn your dog's excrement into a valuable commodity.
Waterloo, Ont., has for a year been testing a program that turns dog waste into energy using a process called anaerobic digestion, which happens when organic waste breaks down in an oxygen-free environment.http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/dog-poop-energy-proposal-ottawa-1.4576288