The Talking Waters Garden is a pure representation of a natural ecosystem that uses zero energy and chemical application. The system was designed by a group of engineers to treat water emanating from industrial waste and lower its temperature so that it can support aquatic lives (plants and animals).This paper contains discussions of five short clip videos where the narrators explain the processes involved in the Talking Water Garden.
The first video virtually navigated us through the Talking Garden where we saw how the system works. From the video, we realize how the water flows through different cycles for cooling and treatment. The system contains aquatic plants that float on the surface of the water. According to my view, the plants provide an environment for cooling and also the plants help in removing toxic contents in the water.
In the second video, the narrator explains the processes that take place in the water treatment facility. According to the narrator, the water undergoes the natural process for further treatment and cooling before being released to the river. The algae-looking plant floating on the water helps in cooling and removing toxic material. Also, the transpiration process undergone by plants helps in circulating oxygen in the water. The artificial waterfalls also increase the surface area for evaporation which reduces the temperatures in the water. The video content equipped me with knowledge of how water treatment should be conducted in an eco-friendly facility that uses zero energy.
The third video is a drone camera that flies over the water treatment facility taking a clear aerial view of the facility. The video provides us with clear pictures of the vegetation surrounding the facility. The green plants provide shades on the water thus cooling the temperatures on the water. The duckweed is seen to cover larger parts of the area as well which provides a wider surface area for lowering the temperature.
In the fourth video, the narrator says that the facility was dug about ten feet deep and the organic material was deposited on the other cells to support aquatic plants. The narrator continues by saying that the plants surrounding the water provide a habitat for animals such as frogs, salamanders, and toads. According to the narrator, the facility handles about five million gallons every day and on some occasions, the facility handles seventeen million gallons a day without any challenges. The facility thus proves that it cannot be affected by excess water from floods.
In the last video, the narrator is a professor in environmental science. The narrator explains the process that undergoes in the water treatment facility where the plants and waterfalls assist in the ecosystem. The waterfalls are designed and strategically located in two areas so that to cool the water as well as assist in water aeration. The surface area provided in the water ponds provides room for evaporation and thee strong winds takes the warm vapor away.
From the narration on the videos, we can see how water can undergo natural processes for further treatment and cooling. The cooling process can be enhanced by aquatic plants such as the duckweed that floats on the water surface thus providing enough shade. The aquatic plants also help in removing some level of toxins in the water through transpiration which increases the rate of aeration. The ecosystem contains waterfalls that increase the surface area for evaporation thus increasing the cooling effect. As water flows through the waterfalls, more air dissolves in the water which is useful in supporting the aquatic lives. The system is also economical since it doesn’t consume any form of power or any addition of chemicals for treatment.
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