The water used for the disposal of human waste and the smell produced from it is totally avoided. This invention can surely helps in saving water and is eco-friendly.
Sanitation is the hygienic means of promoting health by avoiding human contact with proper removal of sewage or wastewater. But still the amount of water used for the disposal of the human waste is high. So a new design of a sanitation system that does not require any water to function was developed.
The waterless and odorless toilet is mainly designed to reduce the consumption of water and also reduce the odor created while using the toilet. The invention could surely replace toilet systems which use 5 to 10 liters of water for a single flush. Also, in places where water is scarce and even in drought affected areas of the nation. When liquid and solid waste gets mixed together as in conventional pit toilet, both start to ferment and emit a bad odor. Both scenarios can affect the heath of the users and even can lead to spread of disease. In odorless toilets, they are kept separate, this fermentation does not occur or is minimized and there is no/minimal smell produced. The process is done mechanically and won’t affect the environment at any cause as no chemical is used.
This can be implemented in rural areas and anywhere water is scarce.
ABOUT THE ENTRANT
Name: C Eswara Kumar
Type of entry: team
1. S.RENOLD ELSEN 2. C ESWARA KUMAR 3. P ASPIN RAJ 4. P BALASUBRAMANIAN 5. V S DINESH 6. K DHINESH 7. R ARUN PRASATH 8. A ARUN 9. M CIJO
C Eswara is inspired by:
To save water mainly in water scarcity areas and to reduce the pollution due to waste.
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Patent status: pending