Alice Bio Life has taken an initiative to develop 'biological-toilets' to get rid of the soiled and smelly public toilets. In this toilet, a bio-digester container is placed under the toilet, which contains anaerobic bacteria. These bacteria convert human feces into water and gases. Under this process only the remaining methane gas and water remain after the debris, after which the water can be recycled and used in toilets. These gases are left in the environment whereas contaminated water is left on the ground after chlorination.

What are the benefits of bio-toilets?

1. Toilets used to be used at least 10 to 15 liters of water, while vacuum-based biosomel was used in a flush of about half a liter of water.
2. The number of mosquito, cockroach and mice will decrease. Which is a good step in preventing many diseases.
3. Using bio-toilets, people who carry human stool through hand will be freed from this dirty work. Hands will be clean and smelly
It is necessary to tell here that almost 50% of the people in the world have pit latrin (pit latrines) where the feces are collected in the pit below. According to the statistics, most of these pits are released from the latrine to the ground due to secretion and drinking water is polluted. One problem with flush latrine is that more than 95% of its sewage content still reaches the ocean through rivers of any treatment. The increasing use of bio-toilets is not only environmentally friendly, but it also requires the time ahead.