The sewer-less toilet is not a chemical toilet, nor is it a flushing toilet. Urine diversion (separating liquid from solid waste) allows hygienic, dignifying, and safe toilet facilities to be provided without the need for municipal services.
Early Childhood Development Centres in rural areas and informal settlements often struggle to replace their pit latrines, buckets, and potties to provide dignifying toilet facilities for their children due to a lack of municipal services. Among other solutions, Breadline Africa is proud to solve this problem for hundreds of children across the country by building sewer-less toilets for those who need them most.
Natural principles guide the waste management process, as aerobic, and hot conditions turn the solid waste into agricultural-grade compost. The high nitrogen content of the liquid waste also makes it appropriate to be used in agricultural systems.
Breadline Africa currently has multiple different sewer-less toilet options, available for placement in all 9 of our provinces.
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