This aerial view of the Rosedale waste-water treatment plant in Auckland is dominated by the oxidation ponds, also known as waste stabilisation ponds. Exposure to sunlight and oxygen lets aerobic bacteria break down organic matter. This stage of sewage treatment is often referred to as secondary treatment. Rosedale on the North Shore is the second-largest treatment works in the Auckland region. It treats the effluent of around 185,000 people.
glass wall in "earthship" Earthship Biotecture An Earthship is a 'new' kind of building, a new kind of architecture defined by the following 6 principles: - Thermal/Solar Heating Cooling - Solar Wind Electricity - Contained Sewage Treatment - Built with Natural Recycled Materials - Water Harvesting - Food Production
We’ve seen houses made of wood and concrete but a house constructed entirely out of natural and recycled materials is something else altogether. Such a home was built by Michael Reynolds, a self-sustainable abode that aside from using natural and recycl
Poohsticks Sewage treatment towers are introduced along the River Thames, London, to create public awareness to sewage leaching into the river from Combined Sewage Outlets. The towers correspond to each other, re-oxygenate the Thames and power London by burning extracted methane, along with hosting a public toilet 60 meters above London.