Eco-Toilet in India Helps Farmers Make Their Own Fertilizer

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Takeaways:

  • World Neighbors is working with rural communities in Bihar, India, to help solve the contamination problem from open defecation.
  • They have created the EcoSan toilet, which has two chambers. Once the chambers are full, one will have turned into odourless compost suitable for fertilizer.
  • Spending six months in the EcoSan breaks down pathogens in feces, minimizing the risk of introducing bad stuff into soil or water.

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