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EcoSan: A New Philosophy of 'Waste'?
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Ecological sanitation offers a safe and sustainable alternative to wet-sewage systems, which all too often cause environmental damage, waste of nutrients and contamination of drinking-water sources. Some of the foremost experts in the UK will be coming together in Cambridge for this EWB -Cambridge training course.
Date: Sunday 7th November 2010 Time: 9:30 for 10:00 Location: Cambridge University Engineering Department Cost: £4
Speakers from the New Directions Foundation, WEDC and others will deliver a course as an introduction to the concept, the technology and the implementation of this important re-think of resource use. This event promises to provoke questions about the sustainability of Western sanitation methods, and present alternative solutions to one of humanity’s most pressing current problems.
Cheques payable to “Engineers Without Borders UK” to Andrew Pickering, Emmanuel College, Cambridge, CB2 3AP
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