Letter to the Editor Victoria Times Colonist
3 Apr 2007
From: duncan_agency [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2007 12:50 PM
Cc: 'email@example.com'; 'Paulo Wassim Arbaoui'; Stitumatulwut oooo; 'Don Maroc'
Subject: Your "POOTENTIAL" & The Flushing Protocol
Good Afternoon, VTC
Gaia-Watts and associates have been participants in providing re-mediating information to CRD engineers on the matter of the 130-million litres of sewage that enters into the ocean around the Victoria regions.
May we suggest that the pertinent question should be “ Can we develop an acceptable new industry base for the taxpayers as a result of a phenomenally large and sustainable resource pool ?”
Our response is, “Yes, of course. This is not rocket science. And, proven methods exist. And, specifically, the CRD can link with Gaia-Watts and its SVS projects and the Flushing Protocol to create a model program that demonstrates improved health care provisions from waste streams. And, that these programs can deposit new “cha-ching” directly into the taxpayers’ pocketbooks. Citizens should take advantage of this new extreme engineering culture that is responding to the current climate change alarms.
Dockside Green has established positive green features into its project concepts. And, some of the economics and green potentials could be improved upon – as with all projects of an evolutionary scheme. These types of projects have been part of our Gaia-Watts and associates culture for more than 25 years. In 1990. we endorsed power purchase agreements with SaskPower, and, received allocations from Ontario Hydro based on closed-loop, sustainable, green energy projects that included carbon transfer programs. And, these projects were labour-intensive; and, could produce electric power at 1/3 the cost of natural gas.
Your “Pootential” is unlimited ! And, gathering initiatives such as waste streams together with electric power development, healing centres, and inter-connective mag-lev services will fashion tomorrow’s visions into today’s pragmatic tools.
Elementary students love words like “boogers” and “slime”. Adults frown on these terms. We prefer to bury our inhibitions. BUT, the Flushing programs prefer to advocate that the citizen should – as the “MyPootential” website suggests - “To sign up go to Give a Shit!” – donate to a worthwhile cause; and, make a dollar along the way.
In the “Flushing Protocol” case, these initiatives have spawned from the influence of leading native elders who manage CP land titles at the Cowichan JUB regional sewage lagoons – which after more than 46 years is still searching for its first comprehensive Lease Agreement between JUB and INAC.
Regards, RC Goodwin <Yuxwuletun>
President, Gaia-Watts Enterprises Ltd and associates
463 Garden Street, Duncan, BC V9L 3V7 250.746.4212
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