Public Works builds waste-to-energy Power Plant(s)! to showcase fossil fuel alternative

Public Works has built a water-heating system powered by compost that warms a bench at the Oslo Architecture Triennale to demonstrate the potential of the system. The system, named Power Plant(s)!, has been developed by Public Works in collaboration with Oslo School of Architecture students and Flakk/Dalziel to promote the use of waste as a viable alternative to fossil fuels for heating.