The National Water Center has produced the only in-print book surveying dry toilets - from commercial varieties to home grown; from incinolets to moulder (cold, slow compost) varieties. - Peter Warshall, WHOLE EARTH ACCESS CATALOG
This insightful work is packed with useful tips and alarming facts on the crisis of clean water, composting toilets, conservation, personal responsibility and community action. It points to practical alternatives. Thought provoking graphics. It is the ONLY book surveying dry toilets. A must for sections on health, ecology, and homebuilding.
"We are embarked on a relentless march toward ecological suicide. "This book points us toward a sensible alternative course - before it is too late." - Peter Benchley, author of JAWS and THE GIRL FROM THE SEA OF CORTEZ.
"As this excellent and invaluable book makes clear, water is one of our most precious - and endangered - resources." - Lewis Regenstein, author of the Pulitzer Prize-nominee AMERICA THE POISONED.
The beauty of Downstream, however, lies not so much in its categorical listing of the sins of our present technologies as with its clear enunciation of the ecological alternatives.
The poetry and superb illustrations included in We
All Live Downstream add to my belief that this is the best book available on the subject of ecological home
waste management. Much more than a technical manual, it was written with the intent of instilling a philosophy of water stewardship. - Tad
Montgomery, NEW ALCHEMY QUARTERLY.
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