The UN is raising awareness of the developing world’s deadly and economically devastating sanitation challenge; could the solution be the CRAPPER?
The Toilet Bike Neo really does run on excrement, but thankfully, not the rider’s.
Caltech was one of three big winners in a Gates’ Foundation challenge to reinvent the toilet.
Think gray water recycling means smelly water or a questionable system of pipes and buckets? Think again.
The Gates Foundation backs research that could provide an inexpensive way for the developing world to generate clean water and energy from human fecal matter.
Municipal government-watcher EfficientGov bestows its 2012 “Intelligence” Award on the Portland Loo, the Oregon city’s novel public restroom.
The Meador-Kansas-Ellis Trail project in Bellingham, Wash., grabs the first-ever Greenroads certification, in part for its innovative use of recycled toilets.
Citing health threats worldwide, the Gates Foundation wants to “reinvent the toilet.” One university’s idea would do that, while creating power.
The HydroAdvantage Flush Valve from Zurn generates hydropower via a small turbine during each flush, powering automatic restroom functions without a carbon footprint.
The Stealth Toilet from Niagara makes use of a patented hydraulic technology to deliver a quieter flush–on just .8 gallons of water.