Friday, February 26, 2010
What about the colors of ice? This article from a news service in British Columbia describes an incident where a huge chunk of ice fell onto a house, nearly hitting a child. No, it was not the "blue ice" commonly reported to be associated with leaking airline lavatories, but rather "grey ice" from apparently making coffee and disposing of the "wastewater" in the airplane's "kitchen sink". Go to the article to listen to the interview of this young survivor of the incident. I guess my colleagues on the Oregon Graywater Advisory Committee who were concerned about aerosols and greywater reuse might have been onto something.
Posted by Todd Jarvis at 8:10 PM