Just came across this post from Change for Missouri, and wanted to throw the concept out there -- would application of effective microorganisms to clean up pathogens in the remaining flood water be the preferable means of addressing this problem? I'm intrigued by the concept as, on the face, it sounds like a more sustainable solution to the impending problem of disease growth in the areas affected by the hurricane. At the same time, I only know what this post and the EM America website claims. Anyone know more about the use of effective micoorganisms?
Categories: flood, water, disease, microorganisms, New Orleans, Katrina