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Re: GBlist: Living Machines
Scott Waterman and others have inquired about living machines (a.k.a. Solar
Aquatics). We ran an in-depth article on this wastewater treatment
technology in Environmental Building News, July/August 1996 issue. Contact
our office for more information.
Alex Wilson, Editor
Environmental Building News
>Having looked at the sites recommended by all of you, (thanks so much) I
>know more than I did about Living Machines....I work in Rural Alaska and
>would like to know what kinds of costs are involved in setting one of
>these up, what kind of maintenance is required, what designs work best in
>arctic climates, and is this stuff patented....It seems the inventor John
>Todd is not on the net...the site most mentioned as a connection to him
>came up "Not Found."
>If these things work as well as they seem to, I would love to see more
>use out of them. Has anyone seen any articles on them off the 'Net?
>Anyone planning on writing one? For developers of subdivisions or multi
>family housing projects, There seems to be a great potential. What are
>the downsides of Living Machines as compared to regular sewage treatment
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