Thank you for that very nice example, Ann. I'm curious how this
system, whose effluent is cleaner than the incoming water, compares
in terms of cost with the traditional polluting system. (My question
is not meant to use the cost argument against your example, should it
be costlier, but is simply a request for additional information.)
>chemicals. They then designed the whole plant around the remaining
>30 or so chemicals, and came up with a wholly new fabric, new dyes,
>etc. By applying his deliciously novel thinking, they were able to
>avoid the need for regulation, at all, because the types of effluents
>that had formerly been of concern were eliminated at source, by the
>design of the plant itself. Why not!?
Yes... this is how it ought to be done... Great example.
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