Decentralized Water Treatment...Solution?
Throughout the suburbs and the rural landscape of America homeowners have decentralized water system. Typically the consist of a well driven to an aquifer and a septic tank/leech field. This system works great and save municipalities tremendous amounts of money that would be required to run miles of pipe in both direction. But what about our aging urban infrastructure with rusting leaky pipes. Would decentralized waster water treatment work and if so to what degree. There is a select few of people who say that water reuse and recycling at a per a building level will be far more efficient but inherently expensive. It is more expensive though than rebuilding entire city systems for cities that in some cases are less profitable to society than others? This post is simply to raise a new idea about the future of urban habitation in the new world.
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