Bill Gates : On World Toilet Day, former Microsoft CEO Bill Gates did something unusual, he visited Brussels to bring to the public the history of its sewer system. During this, Bill Gates entered the underground sewer system through a manhole in Brussels and discussed its history with the people working there. Bill Gates has shared the video of this entire incident on his Instagram account. Let us know what is the whole matter.
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The video’s description says Gates explored the hidden history of Brussels’ sewage system and the role of wastewater in global health for this year’s #WorldToiletDay.
Bill Gates told this in the video
Bill Gates told how his experience was with the underground sewer of Brussels. He told that this method of managing dirty water of the city is very old and it has had a good impact on the health of the people. In his video, Bill Gates informed that in the 1800s, dirty water from city sewage was released directly into the Sene River, resulting in a devastating cholera outbreak. For this reason, a 200-mile network of sewers has been built in Brussels through the middle of the city.
Bill Gates meets scientists
Bill Gates met the scientists present there in the underground sewage. Here he learned in detail about how to clean sewage water. Also, throughout his trip, he learned about the history of this sewage system from the employees present there.
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