Greta Thunberg and Sanitation

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Following the COP26 I was promted to write to Greta Thunberg

Letter to Greta
I was at COP26 in the Innovation Hall. I was asking everyone what they thought the largest loss of carbon was on the planet. No one really had a definate answer. I think it is sanitation. 7BN people means 3.5M tons a day ends up in the rivers and seas of the world. What is treated on land is not  turned into a proper fertiliser. We have been recycling human effluent through compost toilets for 25 years with the system we have developed and researched from over 100 years ago. It is completely safe and forms the basis of our world leading fertiliser HH-4. All verifiable by modern science. So our aim is at water companies all over etc., The effect of our waste processing systems completely sidesteps the need for any chemical fertilisers and pesticides etc., and is low tech rather than high tech like biodigestors and chemicals etc., It could have sidestepped the need for chemicals in agriculture altogether if the science had been taken up. BUT since that time chemical science and city design has dictated otherwise rather than biological science and DRY sanitation. The world has taken the wrong path since then and we will be faced with food shortages because the Phosphorus mines of the word are running out. This was a problem before climate change, the break of supply chains, Brexit or the refugee problem………..It’s all based on the food supply. If there is a shortage it becomes the root of so many problems. The ultimate effect of properly grown biological food is that it not only improves the environment it improves our physical and mental health too, Chemicals and depleted soil, it is now revealed, do the opposite. Please see our web site and what we are trying to do. CEO Richard Higgins.
Good Gardeners Intl World leaders in localised organic waste management
Good Gardeners Intl World leaders in localised organic waste management

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