Wednesday, May 21, 2008
Recycling in the Shomron
Summer's irrigation season is on us and irrigation water allocations have been cut. All available wastewater is suddenly valuable and it has to be recycled in agriculture. The Jewish agriculture in the Shomron (Samaria) need the water and we are searching for available resources. Above, the pic of a working WWTP producing good water which is being dispersed by large sprinklers to make mud. The sprinklers create a cool mud pool which serves as bath house for the wild pig population of the area. I have nothing against the local fauna enjoying itself, but my mission is to connect the pumping station to the irrigation system. Very urgent.