Washington, DC's First Living Machine
Jim Laurie and Phil Bogdonoff next to their Living Machine. Photo (c) M. Frautschi
Related LinksBuilders/Suppliers of Living Machines
- Ocean Arks International (the original source of Living Machines; also the Restorer)
- Living Technologies, Inc.
- The Classroom Living machine (from Ocean Arks International)
- Classroom Living Machine (from the National Gardening Association)
- Solar Components Corporation (aquaculture tanks)
- Rubbermaid (stock tanks)
- Chesapeake Wind & Solar (PV systems)
- MacArthur Water Gardens (pumps, etc.)
- Rain Barrels (from the Maryland Green Building Program)
- A Living Machine Slide Show
- Using the Living Machine as a focus for learning
- "Building a Classroom Living Machine" (manual)
- Classroom Living Machines
- Living Machine slide show (from Right On the . Com)
- Visit a Living Machine
- Water - Wastewater Web
- Water - Wastewater Organizations
- Water/Wastewater Links
- National Small Flows Clearinghouse
- International Aquaculture Webring
- The Urban Waste Management and Research Center
- Integrated Bio-Systems : A Global Perspective
Articles of Interest
- Excerpts from John Todd's keynote address at Greenprints [March 2000?] (in the Southface Journal of Sustainable Building)
- "Living Machines: Environmentally Friendly, Proven, Cost-Effective Technology to Clean Up Wastewater" [from Battelle Environmental Updates]
- "The Price of Clean Water: Part Two"
- "Ecotechnologies for Wastewater Treatment" (case study: Providence, Rhode Island)
- "Wastewater Gardens""
- "Wetlands remove pathogens from water"
- "Constructed wetlands help clean up Texas coast"
- "In-stream wetlands can improve water quality"
- "Researchers strive for perfect wetland"
- "Wastewater treatment innovators honored"
- "No ordinary septic system" (audio clip about Cindy Hale's greenhouse that uses greywater)
- "Engineers design wetlands"
- "Scientists hope to harvest heavy metals from wetlands"
- "Russian worms fighting pollution "
- "Food for thought: It's the size of the ecosystem that counts"
- Generating Hydrogen with Algae
- "A Citizens Guide to Phytoremediation"
- Articles on Phytoremediation
- "Cattails hold clues to pollution, study finds"
- "Plant may help wastewater treatment" [about duckweed]
- "Most Urban Waste Management Systems Are Not Sustainable"
- "Living Machines: Putting human waste back in its place: at the bottom of the food chain" by Mary Guterson
- "Living Machine Models Natural Systems" by Kate Duesterberg
- Todd, John et Josephson, Beth. (1994). "Living Machines: Theoretical Foundations and Design Precepts." Annals of Earth, Vol. XII, No. 1, 16-25.
- Todd, John, et Josphson, Beth. (1994). "Living Machines: Theory applied: A Mesocosm for the Treatment of Sewage." Annals of Earth, Vol. XII, No. 2, 14-21.
Copyright (c) 2000 Philip Bogdonoff
18 March 2001