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Sim Van der Ryn has been a teacher, writer, researcher, and practitioner of design for forty years. A leading authority on ecologically sustainable architecture and design, he is Emeritus Professor of Architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, where he has taught since 1961. As California's State Architect in the 1970s, he initiated landmark programs in energy-efficient building and environmentally appropriate technologies. His innovative designs for homes, sustainable communities, retreat centers, schools, and commercial buildings have received many awards and been widely published.
Why take one valuable resource (human waste), dilute with another potable water), and then pollute a third (oceans,streams,lakes). Read morePublished 10 months ago by Sim Van der Ryn
I now know more than I ever thought possible about the human waste disposal processes and have a stronger understanding of more sustainable ways to approach it. Read morePublished 13 months ago by K. Franklin
This book is from the 70s. It was not at all what I expected or wanted. I thought it would be the HISTORY of sanitation, and it's not. I gave it to the goodwill.Published 19 months ago by joyce Connor