Broadview Collaborative, Inc.

Monthly Archives: March 2015

We’ve lived in our house nearly fifteen years, which is the exact amount of time that I’ve wanted to make our driveway smaller and my garden larger.  Previous owners expanded the driveway to make for better basketball, something my sons appreciated when we first arrived.  But given that the driveway is in the sunniest portion of our Wisconsin yard, through the years I’ve been slowly encroaching on that space with an expanding… Read More

There’s been a growing interest in the potential of sewage as a supply of renewable energy for urban areas, a source we’re only beginning to tap. (See, for example, this recent piece from Water Innovations http://bit.ly/1wV2UV1). Wastewater treatment plants, or resource recovery facilities as they prefer to be called these days, are increasingly seeking ways to get more and more high strength waste (i.e. biological waste) into their facilities so that they… Read More