New waterless toilet making waves

New waterless toilet making wavesFlush of loo success BY GUY ROGERS -03 February 2019
With water becoming an increasingly scarce commodity in South Africa, Moladi’s new “plug and poo” waterless loo looks set to make a splash.
If the Choo takes off, blocked sewerage pipes could become a thing of the past and urine and dried faeces could become valued recyclables. The first flush of success has already emerged via widespread interest shown in the Choo online video, including from as far afield as India, and a provisional commission for installation in 22,000 Moladi homes already under way in Randfontein in Gauteng. The Choo (Swahili for toilet) is the latest invention from Hennie Botes, the Port Elizabeth-based founder of the Moladi smart housing empire, who started his career as an apprentice tool and die maker with the railways in Durban. Botes said he had been inspired by how nature dealt with animal waste in the bush, with urine just soaking away and faeces drying out in the sun. The key …

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Waterless Toilet - Bila maji Choo

Bila maji ChooBila maji Choo - Swahili for Waterless toilet.The designer of the moladi construction technology has designed a unique and patented waterless toilet system to enhance the product offering in Africa and the rest of the world. 
Many developments have no infrastructure such as bulk sewage works and this delays the development of homes. 
Hennie Botes has always been a "solve the problem" person and the newly designed Bila maji Choo will change the lives of millions of people for the better.

In South Africa children have to go into the bush to relieve themselves - The Bila maji Choo is simple to install and requires no chemicals.

It is our goal to make the Bila maji Choo the most cost effective waterless toilet on the market, allowing access to the majority of people without proper sanitation.

Reasons for keeping urine and faeces separate in a UDDT (Urine Diverting Dry Toilet) compared to a pit latrine is to
reduce odour (mixing urine and faeces together causes substantia…

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