human waste

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Noun1.human waste - the body wastes of human beingshuman waste - the body wastes of human beings  
body waste, excrement, excreta, excretory product, excretion - waste matter (as urine or sweat but especially feces) discharged from the body
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Further, in foreign countries where the train coaches that are fitted with Vacuum toilets, there is a retention tank underneath the coach that holds all the human waste that is flushed out by the toilet.
RESIDENTS are kicking up a stink over human waste spilling on to a field where children play.
In one recent incident, human waste, sanitary products and toilet tissue were reported to have spilled from a pipe onto a field at Cramlington which is a popular spot with children.
HUMAN waste and piles of rubbish were left behind by travellers evicted from Coventry's Spencer Park.
Any mountaineer who fails to return from the peak attempt with at least eight kilograms of trash and human waste will forfeit the deposit.
Its tank is filled with biomethane gas, a renewable fuel made from the treatment of human waste and food scraps.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Who would've known human waste could be used to propel spacecraft from the moon back to Earth?
TRAINS dump so much human waste that tomatos are growing in it on the tracks.
LAZY campers have polluted Scotland's biggest beauty spot Scotland's biggest beauty spot wi' a putrid 30-ton mountain of wi' a putrid 30-ton mountain of human waste and rubbish.
He explains that the main difference between human waste and livestock manure is that human waste contains pathogenic organisms and heavy metals such as arsenic, cadmium, chromium, lead, selenium and mercury in sewage sludge.
As one of eight brave souls enclosed in the pioneering Biosphere 2 experiment, Nelson realized how essential the proper use of human waste is to the health of the planet.
The self-contained, waterless toilet, designed and built using a 777,000-dollar-grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, has the capability of heating human waste to a high enough temperature to sterilize human waste and create biochar, a highly porous charcoal, said project principal investigator Karl Linden, professor of environmental engineering.

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