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by Carol Steinfeld

Reusing the Resource: Adventures in Ecological Wastewater Recycling download ebook
ISBN:
096667832X
ISBN13:
978-0966678321
Author:
Carol Steinfeld
Publisher:
EcoWaters; Revised ed. edition (April 1, 2007)
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Pages:
124 pages
ePUB:
1500 kb
Fb2:
1169 kb
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Category:
Engineering
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Rating:
4.5

She is the co-author of 3 books on wastewater management.

She is the co-author of 3 books on wastewater management. As project director for Ecowaters, a nonprofit public information project, she conducts workshops worldwide. David Del Porto is the founder of the Ecological Engineering Group and Ecowaters. He specializes in ecological planning, management and design with a focus on integrated water conservation and stormwater and wastewater reuse.

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She is the co-author of The Composting Toilet System Book and Reusing the Resource: Adventures in Ecological Wastewater Recycling, and author of Liquid Gold: The Lore and Logic of Using Urine to Grow Plants.

The book profiles more than 30 successful ecological wastewater recycling systems that save money, protect public and environmental health, and provide plant-based fuel, fiber, construction materials, habitat and landscapes. It details the pros and cons of various systems, and provides tips for designers, regulators and builders.

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She is co-author of The Composting Toilet System Book and Reusing the Resource: Adventures in Ecological Wastewater Recycling.

Author Carol Steinfeld is projects director for Ecowater Projects, a nonprofit project that . She is the co-author of The Composting Toilet System Book and Reusing the Resource: Adventures in Ecological Wastewater Recycling.

Author Carol Steinfeld is projects director for Ecowater Projects, a nonprofit project that informs the public about ecological wastewater management solutions. Her articles have appeared in The Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, Natural Home Magazine and many other publications. The author and her indoor planter filled with swiss chard fertilized with urine. Greens love nitrogen.

Water has been described as the twenty-first-century oil. Water shortages, water quality, and water rights are hot-button issues at the local, national, and international levels. Climate change, population growth, and contamination from industry, farms, and human settlements have dramatically impacted water supplies and disrupted natural nutrient cycles. Strategic wastewater management will be a critical tool in protecting this valuable but threatened resource.

Reusing the Resource is a comprehensive guide to using plants to stabilize, clean, filter, and reuse wastewater, while simultaneously eliminating expensive and polluting sewers and septic systems. The book profiles more than thirty successful ecological wastewater recycling systems that save money, protect public and environmental health, and provide plant-based fuel, fiber, construction materials, habitat, and landscapes. It details the pros and cons of various systems and provides tips for designers, regulators, and builders. Case studies include:

• A greenhouse-enclosed wastewater aquaculture system• A regional wastewater-recycling plant• A city’s wastewater-treatment wetland• Graywater planters and more

This book is a must-read for engineers, landscape designers, clean water advocates, and property owners. Packed with practical ideas and featuring beautiful full-color photos and inspiring, easy-to-read information, Reusing the Resource proves that the solution to water pollution is to grow it away!

Carol Steinfeld is a writer, researcher, and program designer who specializes in ecological resource management solutions.

David Del Porto is an ecological planner and consultant with a focus on integrated water conservation, stormwater, and wastewater reuse. Together they have co-authored two books on wastewater management.