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Plenty of people probably use toilets multiple times in a day. A large amount of precious water is flushed down the drain turning it into waste. According to a statistic provided by Conserve H2O, a Water Providers Consortium, 1.6 litres of water is wasted per flush. Depending on the toilet cistern parts, toilets can use even more water.

A home flush system uses up to 12 litres of water per minute. Plumbing experts say that in commercial buildings, 45 litres of water is utilized per day per employee. The huge amount of water wasted can be treated for drinking.

The Konkan Railway is an engineering marvel that takes 1000s of passengers through some of the most scenic routes in India. The stations along the way have often found it difficult to keep sanitation facilities maintained to cater to this large passenger traffic. But we helped one of them use all-natural technology to go superclean in just three months.

The Rann Utsav, a vibrant annual festival celebrating the cultural heritage of Kutch, is a major tourist attraction. Dhordo, a small village in Bhuj, serves as the gateway for Rann Utsav. As with any event witnessing large numbers of people attending, toilet maintenance became a challenge and they turned to us for a solution.