The Circle of Flush: The long process of turning what you eat into fertilizer and clean water

Sarah Unruh, right, with Professional Engineering Consultants talks to, from left, Jennifer Stark, Cheryl Bivens, Doug Bivens and D'Alan Stark on Wednesday evening at the City of Newton's wastewater treatment plant last week during an open house. Wendy Nugent/Newton Now

By Adam Strunk   After you flush, everything gone. That's the point of flushing. Not a lot of thought goes into what happens afterwards...

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