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each one is the camels at this farm in the United Arab Emirates through Jesus some eight kilograms of feces daily it's now being put to good he's thousands of tons of camel dung is being used to feel cement production cussing at missions in keeping animal waste out of landfills when the waste management agency first proposed the idea people laughed but tests found two tons of the animal waste could replace a one ton of coal for , under a government run scheme FAMAS dropoff the excrement to collection stations it is then blended with coal to power the boy let us a large cement factory cow dung has been tapped as a resource to generate energy from the US to China camel dung is a rare a fuel but one well suited to this area browse our Hama is one of the seven Emirates that make up the UAE and is home to around at nine thousand camels used a milk production of racing and beauty contests and now cement production