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This weekend I was at the beach with my brothers camping . Now I am not going to claim I know much about why the beach has moved out more that a quarter mile in the last 150 yrs but it seems to me that the ocean is having a reverse affect then what they are claiming. I thought it was quite interesting.
Were holding all the water in are 3 1/2 gal a flush toilets...
I wont give mine up
This weekend I was at the beach with my brothers camping and we had to walk from the campground over 1/3 of a mile to get to the beach. On the way there where makers and signs that showed where the beach was starting back from the 1840's. Now I am not going to claim I know much about why the beach has moved out more that a quarter mile in the last 150 yrs but it seems to me that the ocean is having a reverse affect then what they are claiming. I thought it was quite interesting.
Originally posted by NHMaster3015
No, it's not rocket science, it's plumbing and unlike rocket science it requires a license.
Re: Just checking if anybody has any intrest in going green?
This past year I worked on a big job at a sewer Plant in my area. It was actually neat to see the process they go through when their plant receives our sewage.
I actually saw a machine that takes solids, and squeezes the water out of it, before the dry sludge is hauled away to the dump. That building that houses this piece of equipment has the worst smell I ever smelled in my life. It took me a few days to get use to the smell.
But the point of my post is this..
I asked the guys there, how much water waste they have. They told it to me like this..Water is treated and re-used...or treated and put back into the river near by.
I got to see the entire process, and it's actually neat to see if you guys ever get the chance to go.