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Wastewater Resource Recovery

Integrated multi-trophic aquaculture systems with periphyton: cleaning and feeding

Dr. Suzanne Boxman, former graduate student and Recliam social media team member, is currently a Postdoctoral researcher in Eilat, Israel. The following is a summary of her research project and progress so far. Sunny Eilat is Israel’s resort town. Full of hotels, shoreline, and excell
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Interdisciplinary Collaboration in CePTS Brazil

USF Reclaim students Matthew Verbyla (PhD, Environmental Engineering) and Paola Gonzalez (Fulbright Fellow, Anthropology, Brazil) recently had the opportunity to visit the Sanitation Research and Training Center (CePTS; Centro de Pesquisa e Treinamento em Saneamento), which is a colla
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USF Anthropologists and Engineers Advance Interdisciplinary Research on the Placencia Peninsula, Belize; Expand Community Education, Outreach, and Partnerships

USF anthropologists and engineers recently completed a third season of ethnographic research and an initial season of water quality research on the Placencia Peninsula of Belize – a PIRE project Caribbean research site – investigating perceptions and practices of sustainable water, wa
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Reclaim is: Protecting the Environment from Ridge to Reef

Contributors to blogpost: Zaida Darley University of South Florida Amy Duggan and Logan Williams University of the Virgin Islands This week’s video discusses how improving waste water management on land can improve marine ecosystems. The human opportunist pathogen, Serratia marcescens
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Wastewater Lagoon Systems

This blog was written by Gregory Hinds. Sustainable Wastewater Management in Latin America: Failures, Successes, and New Strategies On February 20th, 2015, Dr. Stewart Oakley, Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at California State University, Chico visited the University
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Biorecycling for the Advancement of Sustainability on Earth and in Space

Contributors to blogpost:  Onur Ozcan, Civil and Environmental Engineering & Ann Vitous, Anthropology and Public Health, University of South Florida This week’s blog showcases B.A.S.E.S., an interactive educational platform designed for conveying how our engineered systems can mim
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Reclaim Is, reducing the footprint of your food and beverages.

Contributors to blogpost: Nathan Manser, Ann Sager, Brian Wells, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of South Florida Our video presents perspectives of water and nutrient management practices at the Yuengling Brewery, Cigar City Brewing, and Ulele Restaurant and Brewery i
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Reclaim Is a Business Opportunity

Contributors to blogpost: Christy Prouty, Civil and Environmental Engineering & Eric Koenig,  Anthropology, University of South Florida This week’s blog will showcase yet another wastewater reclamation opportunity—Mr. Luis Garcia’s Ecofriendly Solutions®—demonstrating how, in Beli
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Reclaim Is…Islands, Corals, & Nutrients: A view from Barbados

Blog by Robert Bair. Considered a Highly Developed Country with one of the highest per capita uses of solar water heaters in the world, Barbados is an island where the Barbados Program of Action was agreed upon by small island states in 1994 as a charge for them to develop sustainably
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Reclaim Is… Toilet to Tap, Showers to Flowers, Poop to Potable, Defecate to Drinkikate

Books like the “Last Taboo: Opening the Door on the Global Sanitation Crisis ” and “The Big Necessity” do a pretty good job at setting the stage for how we deal with wastewater. Or don’t. What do you call it? How do you discuss it? What is done with yours once it leaves your body? The
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