Talk:Coffee wastewater

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
WikiProject Environment  
WikiProject icon This environment-related article is part of the WikiProject Environment to improve Wikipedia's coverage of the environment. The aim is to write neutral and well-referenced articles on environment-related topics, as well as to ensure that environment articles are properly categorized.
Read Wikipedia:Contributing FAQ and leave any messages at the project talk page.
 ???  This article has not yet received a rating on the project's quality scale.
 ???  This article has not yet received a rating on the project's importance scale.


Here are a few comments from edit logs:

Copyediting won't help this article; this needs a complete rewrite to make this unencyclopedic; an expert would be useful BuddingJournalist (talk · contribs)


this is a scientific salad :) Lots of good info, totally unstructured, I have to look into further work on the subject before I can do better editing Walter Hartmann (talk · contribs)

Personally, I'd say the first priority is to improve the article's links (both incoming and outgoing, but especially incoming), so we can attract editors who may have some knowledge/interest. Secondly, I'd fix some of the more obvious organizational problems. You can't stop people from copy-editing; that's just the nature of wikipedia (and a lot of other places too). Kingdon 19:00, 4 June 2007 (UTC)

The article struck me as an advertisement at first. Repetitive use of a company name and a specific technology would more appropriately be found after a general explanation of processing methods and the contents and quantities of wastewater produced, in a section devoted to remediation and reduction efforts. After having demonstrated that certain processes generate certain amounts of waste with particular contents, it would then be appropriate to highlight the performance of a particular approach (as far as drawn conclusions are acceptable here anyway considering nPOV) Freshgroundcoffee (talk) 03:00, 18 February 2011 (UTC)