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doing all we can to use the waste our " Biological engineering expert Professor Tom Curtiscustomers flush down the toilet as a fuel Richard Warneford and his colleagues, including professor of electrochemical engineering Keith Scott and Dr Elizabeth Heidrich proposed that by placing a "cassette" containing a positively charged rod and a negatively charged rod on the opposite side of a permeable membrane - a process known as electrolysis - into wastewater it would be possible to create both electricity and hydrogen gas.
being attacked by a snake: the fear that he would slip and flush down
On occasion, Singer has used sound effects to "flush down the toilet" callers who go on anti-Semitic rants.
It's either the fridge or Ben's dead gold fish which he failed to flush down the toilet.
Scottish Water have published the list to urge people to think about what they flush down toilets or drains.
He always told me to keep the bacteria working properly to mix 1 pound brown sugar, 1/4 cup yeast and dissolve in warm water, then pour or flush down the drain.
With the help of strong chemicals, these factories purify the water and waste you flush down your toilet.
They learned where water comes from, why it's so important to make sure none is wasted, what not to flush down the toilet and took part in activities to see how they can save water and electricity at home.
Welsh Water teacher Deborah Jones said: "Many people don't think about what they flush down the toilet so this was a good chance to explain to pupils about the Dirty Dozen, the 12 items that cause most problems when they are disposed of down the loo.
If there's a big plug over the BBC waste disposal unit, can they please remove it and flush down Children In Need.
SEVERN Trent has issued advice on what you should flush down the loo as work gets under way in Leamington to restore more a mile of outdated sewers.