Cars powered by wastewater-treatment byproducts blowing out water steam from their exhaust pipes. Solid waste that is transferred directly from households to the incineration plant through a suction duct. Byproducts from those plants being used to generate electricity and heat, and even to make bricks and build artificial islands. Non-revenue water in the range of only 2% to … [Read more...] about What Japan’s water, sanitation and solid waste experience can teach us
This year, my family and I decided to spend the holidays in the Caribbean: we spent our days under the sun walking on fine white sand enjoying the weather and delicious food. Everything was just like a postcard, except for one detail – trash on beaches. Although waste management may seem easy like child’s play, it is actually quite complicated! We are used to watching … [Read more...] about Garbage: As easy as child’s play?