Wednesday, 5 November 2008
Usine de traitement des eaux usées de Millau
Wherever one travels in the world, an attraction that goes unnoticed is the local sewage treatment works.
With such a fragile environment to protect, the placid and clean River Tarn in Millau would not be fit for recreational and agricultural purposes without this white house nestled in the lovely river valley.
However, as of 2004, in the U.S, 850 billion gallons of raw sewage have been dumped into waterways every year. (Wiki Sara).
With the White House there, about to see a new changing of the guard, these French 'bassins utilisés dans la usine de traitement des eaux usées', hold a slightly greater fascination for me and have produced a better result in creating harmony and joy among those who depend on it.
La Maison Blanche de Millau may soon employ l'homme avec les cheveux blancs ?