Composting Toilets :
How can composting toilets reduce the pollution of the Saint-Lawrence River?
In Canada, around 25 to 30% of house water consumption is for toilets. Human manure are phosphorus and nitrogen-rich which are important nutrients for soil health. Compostable toilets are good for water conservation and limit the environmental impact of raw or treated sewage spill.
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Water security is a big concern for people around the world. With climate change and the global population expected to be around 8.6 billion in 2030, access to fresh, clean water and nutritious food has become more uncertain. For the city of Montreal, the lack of environmentally conscious water infrastructure has led to raw sewage and untreated water polluting the many waterways that characterize the local landscape.
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