TERRA

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the only planet with chocolate

Karl Imhoff

wastewater to community gold

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We are The Planetary Society for Bionomic Renewal – terra.ngo.

 

In less than a hundred years, our civilization has managed to contaminate our Earth with many manufactured artificial substances detrimental to Mother Earth, ourselves, and our fellow creatures.

Bionomic™ renewal of our planet Earth is essential to restoring the sustainability and health of Mother Earth and all living creatures – including ourselves.

Our primary focus is remediation of environmental contamination due to wastewater and organic effluents that reach our planetary bodies of water without treatment nor proper processing nor rehabilitation. Bionomictm wastewater and organic effluents processing – not just resource recovery – is the one area where we can accomplish major leaps towards sustainability, GHG mitigation and positively impact planetary health as well as sustainable Human development on the path towards healthy and prosperous communities.

We have the means, technologies, methodologies and know-how to resolve our municipal wastewater and organic effluent problems, upgrade treatment technology to bionomictm resource recovery facility and work towards becoming a sustainable, healthy and prosperous civilization. The issue is whether our society has the willpower to change its ways. Will we adopt and apply the know-how, means, technologies and methodologies to move in the new basic bionomictm directions required to become a sustainable and healthy civilization?

the Imhoff paper

Karl Imhoff
Karl Imhoff

Archimedes of Syracuse ca. 287 – ca. 212 BC
Leonardo da Vinci 15 April 1452 – 2 May 1519 (500 years May 2, 2019)
Sir Isaac Newton PRS 25 December 1642 – 20 March 1726/27
Thomas Alva Edison February 11, 1847 – October 18, 1931
Nikola Tesla 10 July 1856 – 7 January 1943
Karl Imhoff 7 April 1876 – 28 September 1965
Albert Einstein 14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955

I would like to think that most of us know all of the people mentioned above. They took us from theoretical constructs to a man on the moon in a little more than two thousand years.

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bionomic conversion of municipal wastewater into community gold

Since Assyrian times mankind has attempted to deal with its own wastewater in a multitude of ways. Virtually no significant advances were made until finally in the late 19th and early 20th centuries a German scientist and civil engineer, Karl Imhoff, put his mind to the problem and developed the techniques and technologies for structured wastewater control, management, and treatment that we use today.

Now, however, German-Canadian researcher-inventor Nils Semmler has put his mind to the problem and identified and developed bionomic processes that we can use to process our municipal wastewater with significant benefits over existing treatment methods, including a 75% reduction in the cost, an almost complete reduction of the emissions of methane and nitrogen compounds currently released by wastewater treatment into the atmosphere as well as the recovery of one barrel of oil for every 3,000 M³ of wastewater processed. The water discharged into the environment is rehabilitated, shows an oxygen content of 6mg/l and contains no chemicals that might pollute or aggravate downstream biology.

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