Living Machines

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Living Machines (LM) are water treatment systems using living plants, duplicating the way water is cleaned in natural ecosystems. They recycle waste water up to drinking quality. In cold climates, they should be housed in a greenhouse. This is one avenue for handling all human organic waste. The notable feature is possibility of integrating living machines with food production - and obtaining drinking water at the same time.


Review of Project Status

LM - Current Work

LM - Developments Needed

What is the current status of waste water handling at Factor E?

How large is the water shed in the area?

Are there any running streams nearby?

What is the height of the water table?

What governmental restrictions are in place?

LM - General

living machines at Wikipedia

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