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Scientists Use Recycled Sewage Water to Grow 500-Acre Forest in the Middle of Egyptian Desert

 
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I came across this on the Good News Network (www.goodnewsnetwork.org). Very cool!
https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/using-sewage-water-to-grow-trees-in-egyptian-desert/
 
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Love things like that, but funny how you never really hear about the positives in the mainstream media when it comes to the environment or climate change....I suppose 'the world is doomed' approach sells more
 
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Here in Ireland the average toilet uses 10-12 litres of water with each flush, you can imagine how much clean treated water is used per household per year to flush the toilet and how many trees that amount of water could sustain.
 
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