Unfortunately I won't be able to attend the meeting today. I am
busy making biodiesel out of the extremely disgusting waste oil
that Jessica and I collected from the Reitz Union, blah. Have
faith, where others see free-fatty acids (overused cooking oil), I
see 'free' methyl esters (biodiesel)!
So anyway, here's some contemporary reading on sewage:
Issues in sewage waste are happening around the globe, take
Scotland for example.
China looks foward in reclaiming wastewater and preventing the
ecological devestation of eutrophication from excess sewage water
entering rivers, lakes, etc..
There are some cool ideas in this article, some are very
futuristic, but they may not be practical.
I particularily like the idea of neighborhood waste treatment
no mention of biogas?
SCOTT JAMES EDMUNDSON