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Sustainable development for concurring European Union technical solutions in waste water sewage systems and treatment in the form of waste water free homes and communities.

Drinking water is of fundamental importance for sustainable development and a more just and peaceful world. But the total amount of available freshwater can no longer to be enlarged. For this reason the goal should be a more effective method of treating our water.

An effective and economical use of drinking water has priority over the development of newer resources. Not renewable ground water supplies must be protected but water pollution must be avoided (please consult the EU required and above all member countries' established water guidelines). Decentralized water management would be best even if under the supervi-sion of the government.

There is no sustainable development without clean drinking water. There is no clean drinking water without clean ground water and there is no clean ground water without clean rivers and lakes and there are no clean rivers and lakes without the best possible purified industrial and municipal waste water.

The best possible purified waste water means drinking water for human consumption in accordance with drinking water regulations. This would present us with the chance to quadruple our drinking water reserves.

This is particularly very important in areas without sufficient clean drinking water and is why new sustainable methods for such regions shall be pointed out in the following research proposal.

With reference to existing projects, first hand experience will be demonstrated concerning the planning to completion stages as well as the possibility of complete service and supervision for an extended period of time and as a protective measure for people's health and intact environment.

Decentralized jobs will be created.

Sustainability means above all dealing with resources economically. This also includes the limited amount of existing financial support available.

Even the readjusted waste water treatment systems produce waste water that needs to be disposed of. Even when at best absorbable inshore waters would exist or the prerequisites for purified waste water seepage have been met, this form of disposal correlates with polluting the ground water as well as creating extra costs for all citizens (supply point fees, supervision costs, discharge fees). In this manner a sustainable easement of the water budget can not be attained.

In contrast waste water free properties seep resulting precipitation into the ground or direct it unpolluted into the provided for open waters. They obtain their own drinking water or operate their own wells. They must utilize this water in such that no waste water tax on inshore water or ground water can be required. Then, after sustainable use, water supply point and discharge fees are no longer applicable. Small waste water treatment systems operating with the activating sludge and membrane barrier method purify the water to the extent that it is free of solids, full fills the specified standards for bathwater and contains decisively fewer endocrine substances than waste water derived from conventional biological sewage plants. This allows for multiple household use on the property so that the specific drinking water usage (and with it the volume of waste) can be reduced from that which at this time specified 120 l / PE to 80.....20 l / PE d (perhaps even more).