hand-held devices

hand-held devices

Real Alternative Public Sewer - BioBarrier Presentation (FAST)

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Sewers can be described as mainframe computers, and rightfully so; old mainframe computers were an example of “centralized” computing, and have a similar history of usage. At the time that mainframes dominated the marketplace in 1950, much of the sewer infrastructure in the Midwest went into place. Fast-forward 65 years later. The landscaping of computing is much different due to radical, new innovations like “servers” and hand-held devices, all with greater individual computing power than the mainframes of the past. Centralized sewering systems allowed for permanent, distributed water management. Large centralized sewering systems are thought to be more efficient with energy, treatment, and transfer. Soil-based wastewater treatment disposal methods have never been able to offer this. Small-scale effluent pumping systems, which use pumps and small-diameter pipes to transfer wastewater, try to mimic this approach. However, they do not offer the same economic advantages that large sewering systems do. Why only two choices? Because many people have not been aware of a viable option for permanent, distributed water management through the soil until now.