Businesses hope to show Pentagon how water can be treated for troops
Since two of the readers have asked. They take the good water and
use it either to drink or in soft drinks. They take the brine shrimp, etc. and
feed it to trout in other locations. The fish are then caught and dried and
they are ground up into feed for chickens. The chickens grow and are sold to a
chicken restaurant chain, who then feed them to us. This is not all, the
chicken inners are ground up and fed to the fish which increases the fish
population which in turn allows for a larger number of chickens to be raised.
All of this because a company decided to purify water. Is this fabulous or what?
this is what california needs to do
jsf, the question from gmlewis is a legitimate concern. Granted, in an
emergency, people won't care much where their clean water comes from as
long as its clean and potable. But this demonstration is not a war or other
critical incident. If nothing else, I'd like to know what happens to the
residue just out of personal curiosity. Wounldn't you?
I'm sorry but really in a war or major disaster this is the real issue
"Is this destined for resale or a landfill?"Checkoff for
emergency response. Before we can let you use our equipment we need an
environmental assessment and mitigation plan for the by product of providing you
emergency water sources. Options a million plastic water bottles to
spread across the area.
What do they do with the minerals, algea, etc. extracted from the original
water? Is this destined for resale or a landfill?
I'll drink to that!