Re: NANFA-- Potentially dangerous animals

Ty Hall (
Fri, 05 Mar 2004 08:41:55 -0600

Very cool. It is great to see a country like India, which has so many difficult
problems to deal with take such an advanced approach to water conservation. I wish
the US would include more of these types of programs in our urban (and rural)


Sajjad Lateef wrote:


> On the bright side, the new developments are models in environmentally
> friendly construction. Water is very expensive. All homes now have
> separate lines for kitchen&bath waste water and sewage water. The
> kitchen&bath water is collected and centrally treated (filtered,
> ozone-treated) and reused for toilet flushing. Rainwater is collected
> and stored. Sewage treatment plants treat the sewage and water is
> then delivered for agricultural watering use. I saw several innovative
> water treatment equipment (which was familiar from my aquarium
> knowledge) but gigantic. Venturi powerheads are redesigned into
> huge floating "water freshening units". Huge sand filters, etc.
> Environmental Consultanting is big business.
> Sajjad
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