Re: 5 gallon toilets
Posted by Akmed on September 16, 19100 at 21:03:05:
In response to Re: 5 gallon toilets
Stephen: Your question about the 5 gallon toilet.
I am Akmed Ahrmand here in your most wonderful country from the Middle East. I have come to take part in water conservation studies underway at Bullsham University. Your Department of Energy has requested that I explain in detail how we in my country have dealt with our water crisis.
As you know water is a very valuable commodity in my arid country. And as a result of this lack , we long ago started putting in place a program that would help in our conservation of this vital resource.
We have developed a no flush toilet system for
our hygenic needs. There has been an unexpected
windfall from the tecnology that has arisen from
our efforts in this undertaking.
I am not at liberty to divulge specifics of this revolution in conservation, but I can give you some of the highlights.
The flushless system is simplicity itself. The toilet is similar in many ways to the well known variety. The big difference is that the bodily ejecta and fluids are caught in a plastic bag. On completion of the toilet event, the bag is mechanically heat sealed. The sealed bag is then automaticly diverted to a storage place for later collection much like a garbage collection service.
The bags are taken to a facility that recoups 98% of the water content and process this into absolutely pure and wholesome drinking water. The dry solids are irradiated with Gamma rays to render it biologically inert. These solids and the plastic bag remnants are further processed by our new technology using heat and pressure into a top quality petroleum oil that we export to the world powers for conversion into gasoline and plastics. The gas that is evolved in processing the bagged goods is collected and then stored under pressure. This gas becomes a lquid when pressurized, it burns cleanly with several times heat attained from natural gas. We have started brisk sales of this bottled gas to many areas around the world. As yet we have not chosen a name for this gas fuel, it is simply referred to as LPG.(liquified people gas)
It is estimated that if the USA was to adopt a similar plan to convert human waste to oil, the water crisis would disappear overnight; and the cost of gasoline and diesel fuel would drop to about 11 cents per gallon....Akmed Ahrmand.

Would you be able to give me an idea when 5 gallon toilets were replaced by the 3 gallon flush toilets??
: Thanks in advance

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