Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Why not Huron?

East River flooding is going to produce millions of acre feet of heavily polluted water.  South Dakota's designation as chemical toilet could be reassigned to "recovering" if Huron, at the junction of rail and James River, could produce fuel for locomotives from waste plastics with technology that is otherwise water-intensive.

Plastic shredding in China. We the People owe the Peoples' Republic some money.  They sell us useless plastic items that kill us. 

Metal shredding in Japan.


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