According to the 2011 Indian census 68.84% of the population are living in rural and 31.16% are urban dwellers. If we change the life style of the 68.84% population, obviously the urban areas will be positively affected, because the urban life is depending on rural resources. But majority of the people in rural particularly in developing countries use an open field as "every man for himself" latrine. This is because most of the people in rural areas do not have knowledge on negative impacts of defecting on open field. Miss understanding of toilet use and poor disposal of waste materials in rural areas leads to affect major health problems such as cholera, dysentery, diarrhea, typhoid and stomach complications. This problem is a serious issue especially in developing countries and it needs to be Improved from the base. It starts from changing the life style of rural areas using clean and controlled sanitation system in a safe and clean way by providing an affordable toilet for each household.
This project solves some problems related to toilet in rural areas in particular developing countries like Indian using the designed toilet pan which diverts solid waste from liquid wastes and providing sustainable sanitation, which is focused on closed-loop management of excreta and saving of other resources such as water. This is achieved by narrowing down to the toilet pan and the waste management system in the chambers to use as a compost making.
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