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The International Compost Sanitation Forum and Message Board: Humanure in the News: GCH4
Author: Danilo (Danilo)
Saturday, November 28, 2009 - 12:44 pm
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"There is something fundamentally unethical about using drinking water to flush the toilet. It goes deeper than the impracticality of treating a limited resource as waste. It is a paradoxical dichotomy: man sees his waste as the utmost filth which merits removal via water clean enough to drink. To me, it suggests an unhealthy relationship.

In my research I came across an anecdote from Joseph Jenkins, author of The Humanure Handbook, a somewhat serious firsthand account of composting human waste at his home in Pennsylvania.
After releasing his book’s first edition, he got a call from a nun, who asked him to give a talk at the convent about ‘humanure.’
When he asked why the nuns chose him, the answer was this:..."

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