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Artificial Seawall by Blasting Squeezing Silt and amelioration treatments in Saline-alkali Soil with Toilet Revolution without sewers
2020 6th International Conference on Energy, Environment and Materials Science, EEMS 2020 ; 585, 2020.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-947641
ABSTRACT
Artificial seawall by silt squeezing with blasting dike, a small price for a good seawall than with mechanical dredging, and is effective in preventing this kind of accident from tsunami and typhoon disaster. This paper briefly discusses the pollution situation of poultry and mankind waste in China. For the first time gives the techniques for harmless (China patent ZL 201220109642.1, no flush heathy toilet.) and utilization of waste in China are presented and analysed for benefit utilization. Sanitary toilet without sewers -2019 world break-through technologies (no flush heathy toilet) driven reinvent the toilet challenge, RTTC. Authors also show the technique for harass and utilization of wastes in China. The authors suggest that all the mankind and animal waste, after harmless processing, should be used in a way of useful things as feed, fertilizer, etc. to benefit human society, prevent disease (covid-19, sars) propagation and reduce greenhouse gases. It is also can be used on ship, aircraft, coach and out space etc. (China patent ZL 201220109642.1 is one of several ways of human and livestock faeces harmless treatment, ultraviolet disinfection, ozone fumigation), its weight less than 15kg, volume less than 0.12m3. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd.

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Full text: Available Collection: Databases of international organizations Database: Scopus Language: English Journal: 2020 6th International Conference on Energy, Environment and Materials Science, EEMS 2020 Year: 2020 Document Type: Article