Kemi Adeyeye is an Associate Professor in the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, University of Bath, specializing in integrated design approaches and solutions for the built environment. She has undertaken consultancies and collaborative research internationally, with other academics, industry practitioners and institutions, different levels of government and NGOs. She established and leads the Water Efficiency Network. John Griggs has been researching drainage issues for over thirty years and has written a number of BRE Information Papers and Good Building Guides. He has contributed to many British, European and International Standards on drainage-related issues and is currently an independent water and wastewater consultant at Water and More. He regularly provides training on drainage design and water efficiency at the Chartered Institution of Building Service Engineers.
If you only read one book on the subject - this is probably it. A work of true alchemy in which the authors combine a masterful guide to the technologies and sustainable systems for turning muck into drinkable water. And where there is no longer any 'waste' - just different 'resources'. It is the first and last word - perhaps just in time! -- Neil Landsberg * Chair of the Sustainable Water Industry Group (SWIG) *