The Big Necessity
the unmentionable world of human waste and why it matters
The robo-toilet revolution: the actress and the gorilla
2.6 billion "... and sanitation
Going to the sulabh: spade black, dung, horse
China's biogas boom: a pig in every bedroom
A public necessity: frightening the horses
The battle of biosolids: bad smell, big tomatoes
Open defecation-free India: husband wanted; must have toilet
In the cities: aqua-privies for Jesus
The end: small energy
From Library Staff
Did you know that even in the U.S. almost 2 million people have no access to an indoor toilet? Me neither.
And it’s not only in developing countries that human waste is a major public health threat. Disease spread by waste kills more people worldwide every year than any other single cause of d... Read More »
It isn’t hidden behind the bathroom door or quietly flushed down the toilet in this book: a look at the dirty details of what happens to human waste around the globe and how it affects our health and sanitation.
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