TOMORROW WATER PROJECT
Tomorrow Water Process is a beautiful, profitable, and environmentally advanced wastewater treatment process employing innovative technology to convert cost streams to revenue streams.
The Tomorrow Water Process seeks to minimize the global environmental impact of wastewater treatment while maximizing economic benefits through promoting local tourism, decreasing energy costs, and generating direct income sources in the form of carbon credits and advanced energy production. Initially focused on developing nations with warm-weather climates, the Tomorrow Water Initiative ultimately hopes to revolutionize wastewater treatment worldwide--encompassing a low-carbon-impact solution that mitigates factors aggravating global climate change and facilitates preemptive measures to combat the consequences of natural disasters.
As it does today, Tomorrow Water will join leading experts in various fields to encourage interdisciplinary discussion about and active collaboration for optimizing each individual component of the TWP and maximizing the efficiency of the overall process. The final goal is a “Net Zero” process that requires zero external energy consumption and zero chemical dosage, demanding significantly lower operating costs by reducing the energy costs, eliminating the chemical costs, and decreasing the sludge volume of traditional processes.
The minimal operating expenses in TWP’s cost structure makes it ideal for use in developing nations whose resources are heavily dependent on foreign and other external sources of aid. Furthermore, by using byproducts as nutrients for fertilization on farms producing flowers and other aesthetically pleasing inedible cash crops, TWP can transform unsightly municipal WWT facilities typically buried in low-income areas into beautiful facilities that enhance the community by doubling as tourist attractions, increasing quality of life and size of the labor force in the local population. These unparalleled advantages will be crucial in winning the policy and fiscal support of local governments in facilitating community-based training and development to maximize the effectiveness of TWP facilities.
Generation of new revenue streams through tourism, agriculture, and biogas or biomass production alongside salable carbon credits makes each TWP facility uniquely economically and environmentally self-sustaining. This decreased ongoing financial burden frees additional funds for resources to address Inherent challenges in the design, construction, and operation of the TWP facility in developing nations—particularly for the education necessary to ensure a successful technology transfer process.