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                                                                                                  The   WRC 

 

                                                  THe Water Reclamation CannistER

 

 

     One of the higher motivating factors of " OMTsystem.org " would be to become an organizing force towards bringing the various recycling industries together. We are seeking to use recyclable waste matter to develop new building material to foster low cost housing and using veterans and homeless to get the job done.  Which in turn fosters housing for them.  To that end we developed the patented Watter Reclamation Cannister.  This is our very first product developed to change the way we think about recycling.  As that “recycling” begins at the hands of each one of us. 

     What we do with our garbage IE: mixing liquids and dry waste matter in the black liner bag is the first step we need to focus on.  By providing a waste receptacle designed for proper separation of liquids from the waste cycle is where it all begins. 

 

Help us develop and bring to market this exciting new invention the WRC.

 

n  What is the PATENTED WRC?

 

n   The WRC  its a gray water system, a liquid waste canister  With its focus on ICE. It  separates ice from most other liquids , then remeltes it back into a class of gray water to be destined for a lawn or toilet application. Most restaurants make over 2000 gallons of ice per day, which gets tossed into garbage bag.   Once ice is remelted, it can supply most restaurants with enough fresh “gray water to flush their toilets all day long without using fresh drinking water for same task.  It can generate enough gray water to  water their plants and lawns extensively.   10 cups filled with ice can weighs 8 lbs. By separating ice and liquids from cups which take up more space per volume, we can eliminate over 70% of times which the black garbage bag needs to be carried to the garbage bin.  By separating  liquids from solids we prevent trash from becoming toxic waste, which poisons our landfills.  Liquids poured into the WRC are drained into the sewer.  This decreases weight, blight and toxic liquids which accumulate when liquids and solid waste are combined.

 

     ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS THAT EACH OF CAN DO  IN OUR FIGHT AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE IS TO STOP MIXING WATER WITH OTHER ITEMS OF TRASH!!!       ice/water is universal solvent, allowing all other elements, bacteria to freely grow and mix causing toxicity        

       

        Most restaurants make over 2000 gallons of ice per day, which gets tossed into the garbage, or goes wasted.     Once ice is remelted, it can supply most restaurants with enough fresh gray water to flush their toilets or water their plants, without using fresh drinking water for same task.  Presently many convienience stores will provide large containers full of ice and cans of soda to be precooled for the customers, once this ice water is melted it can be emptied into the WRC for dispersement into a lawn application or other useful target, other than a drain flush.

 

 

 

 

FIG1   show clear top, side, front views of the WRC.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FIG 2  The WRC

 

 

 

(The U.S., Estonia, New Zealand, Canada and Italy use the most water per capita annually than any other country in the world, respectively 

The highest daily per capita consumption of drinking water is held by the U.S. and Canada at the number one and two spots.

 

   While every DAY we through water away in the form of ICE!

 

                           THE ICE CUBE FACTS: 

         It is not known for certain who invented the ice cube. Doctor John Gorrie built a refrigerator in 1844 to aid his yellow fever patients. Some historians believe that this refrigerator contained some form of ice cube tray because he gave his patients iced drinks.

         An ice cube melts faster in water than it does in air, given equal circumstances. Heat-energy is needed in order for an ice cube to melt. Heat-energy travels faster through water than it does through air.  So after you drink off the liquid,,, the cube can live up to 30min+.

 

         a. An Ice cube can weigh up to 5+grams.

         b. A cup of ice cubes, depending upon the size of the cup can weigh up to 1+ lbs.

         c. Ten cups of ice cubes can weigh up to 10+ lbs.

         d. An average 32 lb BLACK LINER BAG can contain up to 30+ cups of ice water,,, and extra 40+ lbs  in each BLACK LINER BAG

         e.  Water makes up 70% of weight in each BLACK LINER BAG..

         f.   Cups take up 60% of space in each BLACK LINER BAG

         g. In an average day, American restaurants collectively create a great lake of Ice for drinking water, and other beverage  consumption.  This is equal to 113 trillion, gallons of water per day, that bypasses our sewer system going straight to BLACK LINER BAGs, thusly our landfills.  where it becomes a part of Toxic Waste Water,,, IE: GarbageThis is a Great toil on our Earth, as it speeds up the effect of Global Warming.

 

         This is why we created the Water Reclamation Canister.  It is an interactive water reclamation system, IE: liquid trash can.  Every restaurant already has employees bus boy, who carry ice and water back to the kitchen to drain, simply now we have a system to recycle

same. The WRC most important invention since the Ice Cube.

 

   

         Healthy, clean drinking water is something that most people take for granted. But the fact is that drinking water and healthy drinking water can mean different things to different people depending on where they are in the world.

         As some of the below data reveals, some people have little to no access to clean water and it affects every aspect of their lives. Next time you leave the sink on while brushing your teeth or take an extra two minutes in the shower, just remember that there is a finite amount of fresh water in the world and the stresses of an increasing human population will only make access to clean water that much harder in the future.

     Below we have compiled surprising facts about water consumption that will change the way you think about it.

Only 1% of the Earth's water is fresh (as opposed to ocean or saline water) 

Of that 2.5% of Earths freshwater:

 2% is surface water
 1% is ground-water
 7% is contained in glaciers and ice caps  

70% of all water consumed is through agriculture, 20% for industry and 10% for domestic use 

To feed the estimated 9 billion people that will be on Earth in 2050, we will need a 19% increase in agricultural water consumption to meet the demands 

A gallon of water weighs 8.34 pounds; a cubic foot of water weighs 62.4 pounds.

A liter of water weighs 1 kilo; a cubic meter of water weighs 1 tonne.  

It takes over 1.5 million barrels of oil to meet the U.S. demand for water bottle manufacturing 

Electricity costs are estimated at 5% to 30% of the total operating cost of water and wastewater utilities 

The average human body is made of 50 to 65 percent water.

An inch of water covering one acre (27,154 gallons) weighs 113 tons.

More than one-quarter of all bottled water comes from a municipal water supply â€" the same place that tap water comes from.

Approximately 400 billion gallons of water are used in the United States per day; nearly half of that is used for thermoelectric power generation.

         In a year, the average American residence uses over 100,000 gallons.

Since the average faucet releases 2 gallons of water per minute, you can save up to four gallons of water every morning by turning off the tap while you brush your teeth.

A running toilet can waste up to 200 gallons of water each day.

At one drip per second, a faucet can leak 3,000 gallons in a year.

A bath uses up to 70 gallons of water; a five-minute shower uses 10 to 25 gallons.

On average, an American resident uses about 100 gallons of water per day.

On average, a European resident uses about 50 gallons of water per day.

On average, a resident of sub-Saharan Africa uses 2 to 5 gallons of water per day.

 

Donate today and help us develop this exciting new patented product.

 

 

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Make a Difference

 

Become an Aftermeal Ambassador!

10 Ways You Can make a difference Every Day

 

1. Become an Aftermeal Ambassador, join with us to clean storm drains, Adopt a river, lake, or stream, or monitor the water quality of local watersheds. Organize your classroom, school club, or organization to clean litter from rivers, creeks, estuaries, and beaches.  Did you know? mixing liquids and trash, which creates garbage is the leading cause of water pollution nationwide. Pollutants such as the ones we inadvertently create when we mix liquids and every day trash which create toxic liquids in the black liner bag, plus motor oil, antifreeze, detergents, litter, paint, pesticides, pet waste, and copper (from brake pads) are flushed off streets and into storm drains which lead straight to rivers, creeks, and the oceans.

2. Participate in Petitions with your classroom, club or church group. “Take Action.” Each signature from an individual to a government official represents the opinion of hundreds of people.

3. Please recycle all plastic avoid disposing them in the garbage. Thousands of birds, fish, and other marine creatures die needlessly from entanglement.

4.Pick up trash while jogging or walking in your neighborhoods. Prevent pollution in watersheds and storm drains. Did you know that? One of the most common sources of beach pollution is cigarette butts. They can take up to seven years to breakdown.

5. Make sure that you and your parents practice NOT mixing liquids in the black liner bags after a meeting at your favorite restaurant or at home, clean off post-packaging before disposing in the black liner bag.

6. Keep your car well maintained to prevent leaks onto roadways and driveways which cause water pollution. Carpool when possible, or ride a bike. Recycle used motor oil for free. Take hazardous waste such as paint, pesticides, and antifreeze to a hazardous waste site.

7. Never discard used fishing line and hooks in the water. This can entangle birds, fish, turtles, seals, and otters and cause the death of these animals.

8.Never dump anything in the street as it goes into the storm drains which travel straight to rivers, creeks, and ultimately the oceans without being cleaned. Did you know that? One quart of motor oil can pollute 250,000 gallons of water. A drop of oil the size of a dime stuck on a sea otter can kill them. They die from hypothermia (freezing to death).

9.Compost, Recycle, Reuse and Reduce. Landfills across the nation are filling up with discarded items and refuse. Hazardous waste thrown in the garbage, ends up in landfills where it leeches into the soil and ground water causing contamination. Reduce your refuse by recycling, reusing and composting. Plant an organic garden free of pesticides.

10.Buy products that are environmentally friendly and support organic farming.  Support our movement by bringing concious awareness to products like the WRC.

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Recycling

The do's and donts of recycling.

Edward Jones
I mean dont through plastic bollons into the waste cycle. Or dont mix liquids with other articles of trash.

 

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