The FID have closed The mysterious case of the sinking flamingo. But they have several pending cases ready to go: The mysterious case of FOG in the sewers! The mysterious case of the block of wood that fell from outer
This is a fascinating, clearly written and highly informative book on a very important topic, namely, how to deal with your poo if you are off mains drainage.
I started this blog back in June 2016 before getting diverted into blogging about showering on a canal boat instead. So, trying again… Warning: this is quite a long and technical blog but at least there is a joke at
Open defecation is a real problem in loads of countries around the world. We need a giant disco loo to keep those pesky turds off the street and help improve health. Or, a loo for every household, with or without
Captain Splosh is great. He knows loads of interesting facts about H2O, has a water pistol full of well, water. And has loads of cool water games as well. Help him row safely across the lake by answering water facts,
Frankie the flamingo, Clarence the crab, and the rest of the Flamingo Investigation Department visited several schools over the summer term and met loads of willing water detectives who want to tell everyone why it is important to have short showers
Rain gardens, or rain garden planters, are a quick and easy way to disconnect rainwater downpipes from combined sewers. Find out how to do it and the best plants to use.
Great in-depth article from the Guardian about the bottled water industry. Spoiler alert: its all about how you brand it… We say: ‘Tap water needs some high flying ad agency to get onto the case!’
As the days get shorter and my stomach ramps up its Neanderthal message of ‘winter is coming, food will get scarce, so eat eat eat’ I thought I would blog about how often as compared to how long in the
Trevon Jervis is one of our core school workshop facilitators. He has lived and studied both in the UK and abroad and has a particular interest in the effect of global warming on developing nations.