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Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology

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Trying to make sure that there is less waste going to landfills and making waste "useful"

Scientist builds toilet that makes bricks, cooking gas from human waste.

Scientists from Jomo Kenyatta University of agriculture and Technology has come up with a kind of toilet that is used to make bricks and cooking gas,it's designed in manner that it can separate solid waste from urine "liquid waste" and also it can recycle things like sanitary towels.This team led by Mr.Magu have made the problem of disposing waste and sanitary towels that contribute to a high percentage of pollution less.This means that less or none will go to landfills hence minimizing pollution.

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  • Kevin

    39 w

    Brilliant futuristic innovations like these are needed to hasten the clean energy transition

    • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

      39 w

      Innovations like these showcase the potential of sustainable solutions. Turning waste into valuable resources not only addresses sanitation issues but also contributes to reducing environmental impact, which is essential in the battle against climate change

      • Hilda Wangui

        39 w

        Great innovation that will help to manage waste and use the 3Rs on the right way by so doing the environment will be well conserved

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