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The Scoop on Poop by Dan Chiras

 
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The Scoop on Poop: Safely Capturing and Recycling the Nutrients in Greywater, Humanure, and Urine by Dan Chiras


source - new society publishers

Where to get it

Available to pre-order from -

New Society Publisers

amazon.com

or as a kindle book

Author's website

The Evergreen Institute

Summary

Flush it and forget it is the plumbing mantra of the industrialized world. Most people just want sewage to go away, preferably without having to see, smell, or worse yet, touch it. But crap has a bad rap. Human waste is a valuable resource we can use to support food production. Blackwater, urine, and are actually rich in organic matter, and alternative means of handling these "wastes" can conserve enormous quantities of fresh water for other uses.

The Scoop on Poop presents a wide range of ways to answer the call of nature, and in so doing to maximize the benefits of existing waste water. This book explores proven alternatives to Western waste water disposal. Whether you're interested in composting toilets, outdoor grey- or blackwater planters, constructed wetlands, or other innovative solutions, author Dan Chiras will walk you through:

  • System pros and cons
  • Design, construction and maintenance advice
  • Costs, permitting issues and the safe treatment of composted waste.

  • All system plans are relatively simple and straightforward — enough so that the average homeowner can build and install them. Intended for readers who live in cities, towns and rural environments, this is a practical guide to safe, ingenious ways to capture the nutrients from waste and recycle them back into your soil to grow fruit trees, vegetables, and flowers — all without running afoul of the "ick" factor.

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    Thanks for sharing this Burra Maluca. EJ
     
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    I'm working on a proper review, too. I seem to have got myself distracted. I'm a bit disorganised...
     
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