Wednesday, 12 March 2008

Pee Break

We all want to live 'green' right? One way to do it is by re-using water. 'In Sweden (and we all love Sweden), a test market in the council of Tanum is recycling urine for use as fertilizer on farms. All new homes in the area are required by law to have special toilets that separate urine and pipe it into a holding tank that farmers access at regular intervals. Experts say this is better for the environment because the special toilets use less water. And less energy is utilized at treatment facilities. Most importantly, human urine has the most concentrated source of phosphorus, which is a vital ingredient in agricultural fertilizer. Tell that to the neighbour with the great lawn.' - Sabrina Saccoccio, CBC News

Gotta 'Go'. BBIAM (be back in a minute)

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