For the future of the world / mankind to survive conversion of organic waste materials is very important. Reclaiming / reusing of wastewater being increasingly very important. In the not to distant future the availability and efficient use of water will be of vital importance.
Studies show 80% of the world’s wastewater is released into the environment without adequate treatment. Wastewater is a valuable resource from which clean water, energy, nutrients and other resources can be recovered, according to a World Bank report released March 19, 2020. The report, Wastewater: From Waste to Resource, calls for smarter wastewater management and looks at wastewater projects around the world that pay dividends for people, the environment and economies in both the short and long term
In Economic Terms, wastewater should no longer be considered “waste”, states Diego Juan Rodriguez, author of a report, stating “One of the key advantages of adopting circular economic principles in wastewater management is that resource recovery and reuse could transform sanitation from a costly service to one that is self-sustaining and adds value to the economy”.
The report gives examples of circular principles at work:
E-power plant reduced its’ operating cost 33%.
A wastewater treatment plant in Cusco, Peru generates a profit in transporting bio-solids (nutrient-rich organic materials), sold to a local compost producer. The compost produced from the bio-solids is then used as part of the wastewater management project to preserve a nearby lake.
None of these examples, nor others citied in the report, involve multiple (more than two) benefits. WEF Innovations LLC’s technology provides ALL the benefits outlined and lots more.
Using all of the WEF Innovations processes, we can create a sustainable living habitat that utilizes only present and future wastes along with simple humidity from the air around us. We can then reuse the waste generated through process to continue the cycle without leaving any carbon footprint