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1 This SketchUp diagram shows a simple and inexpensive system for quite effortlessly turning waste into garden safe compost, to thereby prevent both filth and famine in Africa and other similar countries.

  1. 1 This SketchUp diagram shows a simple and inexpensive system for quite effortlessly turning waste into garden safe compost, to thereby prevent both filth and famine in Africa and other similar countries.
  2. 2 A sanitation and composting system, where the stool is conveniently inside, while yet having outside access to the waste container and the soil bin.
  3. 3 A simple and inexpensive composting stool, for the most poor, and which many could make themselves.
  4. 4 A stool that uses no soil and largely no water, and which incorporates small sanitation disks that drop when a lever is pulled similar to flushing a regular flush stool.
  5. 5 The small sanitation disk can be seen which sets on wire fingers and which disk drops when a small lever is pulled, similar to flushing.
  6. 6 Various possibilities to improve Port-a-Johns, while improvements not shown here are in the planning.
  7. 7 Details regarding possible improvements for Port-a-Johns, while numerous other improvements are in the planning.
  8. 8 The features of a unique stool that is used in most all the different sanitation systems, while various different stool designs are in the planning that work much like this.
  9. 9 This is a photo of a economy stool for cabins or power outages, and which has been made with the help of SketchUp, and is being tested presently.
  10. 10 A photo showing some details inside the stool, including the anti-splash design, while various improvements are in the planning.
  11. 11 A photo of a composting stool with numerous unique features, including a built in exhaust fan, which makes it more odor free when being used than regular flush stools, and which was made with the help of SketchUp.

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