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Waste not want not: Why we need to recycle more toilet waste

Challenging western taboos around toilets and sewage waste can help to provide environmental solutions to tackle climate change. Image: UNSPLASH/ Paul Green

Natalie Boyd Williams

PhD candidate Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Stirling


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How biogas and fertiliser are produced in a Nepali household with an anaerobic digester. Image: Natalie Boyd Williams/University of Stirling

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