Room 1670 Beyster Building
The lecture will be delivered by Abraham Noe-Hays and Kim Nace of the Rich Earth Institute, which is dedicated to advancing and promoting the use of human waste as a resource.
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 coordinates the nation's first community-scale urine recycling network and is the Administrative Director at the Rich Earth Institute.
Abe Noe-Hays is the Research Director at the Rich Earth Institute, developing and testing practical tools for the collection, treatment, and agricultural reuse of urine.