Watering harvesting is a feature of the venture to address the need for low cost proper functioning toilet facilities in developing world communities where open defecation, pit and bucket latrines, or shortlived, smelly, and dysfunctional public and private latrines dominate the sanitation system.
The public toilet facility design harvests rainwater for the washing of hands; the resulting greywater
is used for flushing.
Read more about the co-op toilet facility in which we use water harvesting.
The Ghana Sustainable Aid Project is celebrating Global Handwashing Day on October 15th, 2011!
A contribution of $100 will result in the installation of
a portable Microflow Handwashing Station at a rural
school in Ghana.
A contribution of $75 will result in a family microloan
for a share in a Microflush-Biofil Coop Toilet.
A contribution of $50 will result in the installation of a
Tippy Tap (see bottom right photo) at a rural school in Ghana.