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Reclaiming Nutrients From Human Urine
Wednesday, April 1, 2015 8:30:00 PM UTC - 10:00:00 PM UTC

Reclaiming nutrients from human urine - Results from applied research at the nation’s first urine recycling program.

Human urine is the leading source of nutrient pollution and eutrophication in aquatic ecosystems throughout many densely populated watersheds. The conventional approach of applying end-of-pipe nutrient removal technologies has proven impractical or unaffordable in many communities, but a radically different strategy may provide an alternate solution.

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Kim Nace

holds an M.A. in International Administration from World Learning and an M.A. in Educational Leadership from Keene State College.

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Abraham Noe-Hays

has been working with dry sanitation systems since 1990. He holds a B.A. in Human Ecology from the College of the Atlantic.

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