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Sea of Inventions website now online

May 27, 2011

We are currently adding the last bits to the document search function on our new website and by the end of June we will have added all 20.000 inventions to the database. The inventions can be searched for with text or browsed by categories. We have divided all inventions into three environmental problem areas: eutrophication, hazardous substances and biodiversity, and we have also put them in five different technical fields: agriculture, fishing, household, industry & infrastructure and shipping. The larger of the 32 areas have been divided into to sub technologies to make them easier to examine. You can already visit the website and submit you email address so that we can let you know when everything is up and running, just click on the image below.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 12, 2011 08:36

    I would like to submit our technology Enclosed Long Term Composting to your data base: . CompostEra retains toilet waste in isolation for 40 years, preventing pathogens and nutrients to ever reach groundwater, lakes, rivers estuaries or the ocean. This can be done because of the dramatic volume reduction that can be achieved once we do NOT mix the toilet wastes with drinking water for transportation. The toilets themselves have great public acceptance because of their always odor-free operation and pleasing all our senses: eyes,ears,smell,feel and taste (bad odor affects our taste-sense). Get more information on

  2. October 12, 2011 08:53

    Sewage treatment makes a core assumption that feces and urine must be mixed with drinking water and must result in sewage effluent… Lately there are new toilets that are even better (having excellent user approval rating) than the 200+ year WC technology and are presently being readily available for small individual year around and vacation homes as well as all types of public toilet facilities. These toilets are no longer considered “second best” or vacation cottage solutions and should be given higher consideration because of the supremely better impact on the environment, not just water.

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