I am a little amused by the gray water ethics thread. How about black water ethics? Right now, there is a Hepatitis epidemic in San Diego because homeless urinate and defecate in public spaces and at least 20 people have died from it. Cities around the nation are decriminalizing public urination/defecation in the name of empathy for homeless.
Watch this video and you'll be shocked by the number of homeless tents along the river.
Where is all of their waste going? Do you think the tent occupants worry about gray water or even blackwater?
I don't think I'll ever visit San Francisco again Liberal Nightmare: San Francisco's Most Beautiful Spot Filled With Human Waste - Truth And Action
Matthews Band bus driver pleads guilty to dumping waste in river - Chicago Tribune
11alive.com | Bus campaigning for Hillary Clinton dumps sewage on Gwinnett County street
My point is that that the same people who pass and enforce silly environmental laws against responsible gray water dumping seem to condone the often public disposal of human liquid and solid waste in urban areas.
I don't get it, what am I missing?
Moderators: This is a serious thread and not mean to be political. Sanitation laws are meant to protect the public health but it seems that is taking a step backwards in some urban areas.
I applaud the cities that are setting up bathrooms and showers for the homeless. While I'm not a big fan of Denver, I do like what they are doing: On The Go: Denver's Roving Restrooms Tackle a Basic Need