A small-scale biological method of treating grey water, using a symbiotic mixture of Azolla filiculoides, Wollfia borealis, Lemna minor and Spirogyra.
If the mountains be removed into the sea, unexpected things would come.
Local biological materials for filtration of grey water
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Small scale domestic treatment of grey water, keeping it simple, using nature as a teacher and resource. On-going experiment, basic science but without collegial input so far.
Organisms in a biotic community are ecologically related through their dependence on one another for food. These relationships make up either a food chain or a food web. In simple feeding relationships
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