Topic 1 - Innovations in WASH In Schools (India Chapter Thematic Discussion)

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Of course. Can you remind me in a couple of weeks so they can focus on getting this project over the line and then they will have a little more clear space to discuss collaborations..
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Sure, will be in touch
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Hi
Can you post some details of your water filters?
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Details can be seen in www.watsan.in
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Dear Members,

I am sharing an example that was sent to the Secretariat by Ravi Senji of RaVikas.

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Dear SUSANA Team,

Greetings,

I am Ravi Senji, Founderpreneur of RaVikas.

The first Solar based (Zero flush/Zero odor/Zero waste) Return on investment Toilet units (MAITRI) designed exclusively for India is my patented product

My toilets do not flush water after use/ remain odor free and convert human waste into vermicast (not compost)

This is the only unit which can accept used sanitary napkins and safely process them as well.

I have installed a UDDT for public use in a temple near Vellore (100 Kms from Chennai) which is functional till today serving @ 70~90 users each day.

Kindly visit my website www.swachhsolartoilet.com for details.

I am interested to actively participate in the WINs program.

Let know if you are interested and way ahead

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RaviSenji

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Dear all,

This has been interesting. Can I ask you to share more innovations, as that is the topic of the discussion. Processes, technology, behaviour change or menstrual hygiene examples will be welcome.
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Nitya
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We use glass fibre waste dumped by wind mill blade manufacturing companies and convert them into making toilets. The advantages are that we do not need nature eroding sand, water or cement but reuse and recycle the glass fibre waste from which we make the toilet. Again, the model is skill building and making rural folk do their own toilets wherein we provide mould, material and know how, so that one toilet can be built in one days time! ( www.watsan.in/modular_toilets.html )
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Hello everybody,

Please respond to the discussion that is on innovations in WASH in Schools. This topic closes tomorrow, 8 September. We are looking for case studies

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