The Guardian: Haiti Recycles Human Waste in Fight Against Cholera Epidemic

“It’s a modern-day alchemy that is, on a small scale at least, helping Haitians turn something deadly into something valuable.

‘If we can take all the poop that’s making people sick right now,” said Dr Sasha Kramer as she stuck a thermometer into a large mound of faecal waste in the middle of Troutier, Port-au-Prince’s city dump, ‘and turn it into this really valuable resource that could be used for reforestation or for increased agricultural production, then you really take a problem and turn it into a solution.'”-Isabeau Doucet, The Guardian, March 10, 2013. Read the full article.

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