Commit bb391b69 authored by Adricen's avatar Adricen

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......@@ -12,11 +12,10 @@ The goal of this project is to improve sanitary conditions in the camps. Accordi
We want to develop a toilet in kit more adapted to the context and environmentally friendly, that can even be quickly set up and also used after the camps to facilitate the return to home of the victims. Toilet seats molded on micro concrete or alternatives available on site will be brought to the camps with biodegradable absorbing liquid bags and a rubber ring.
We chose to use a model that is already developed by EEDS, and adapt the mold so that we can fix a bag on it.
We chose to use a model that is already developed by EEDS, and adapt the mold so that we can fix a bag on it.
![Process EEDS squatting pans](Images/2-hole_and_3-hole_squatting_pan_from_EEDS,_India_(3520160262).jpg)
![Process EEDS squatting pans](img/2-hole_and_3-hole_squatting_pan_from_EEDS,_India_(3520160262).jpg)
##### STORYBOARD
......@@ -38,13 +38,13 @@ We made researches about natural materials to lighten the toilet (bio polymers,
![ooyg](C:\Users\Souchiie\Desktop\dfs\ooyg.JPG)
We also were interested about what had been developed here and in India and the new systems that are currently developed about toilets issues all around the world. (Dry toilets systems, Bill Gates foundation researches and exposition, Steps For Sanitation, Uritrottoir, Sulabh Toilet, Shyama Ramani Toilet, SafiChoo, ...)
We also were interested about what had been developed here and in India and the new systems that are currently developed about toilets issues all around the world. (Dry toilets systems, Bill Gates foundation researches and exposition, Steps For Sanitation, Uritrottoir, Sulabh Toilet, Shyama Ramani Toilet, SafiChoo, ...)
![160121115312-jasmine-burton-toilet-grass-640x360](C:\Users\Souchiie\Desktop\160121115312-jasmine-burton-toilet-grass-640x360.jpg)
![42](C:\Users\Souchiie\Desktop\42.jpg)
We thought that may be we could just transform one of these system into a low cost one, easily made in Kerala's Fab Labs. But the question about the bags and the possibility of using the waste was still not resolved and seemed to be the key of the project. We were stuck.
We thought that may be we could just transform one of these system into a low cost one, easily made in Kerala's Fab Labs. But the question about the bags and the possibility of using the waste was still not resolved and seemed to be the key of the project. We were stuck.
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##### INDIAN CALL
Following our last exchange with Kerala, we learned that the stakes of our project is firstly: the scale, and then: the waste (how to collect it and what to do with it in an emergency situation). Also, the biggest problem in India is that the septic tanks overflow in case of large uses.
Following our last exchange with Kerala, we learned that the stakes of our project is firstly: the scale, and then: the waste (how to collect it and what to do with it in an emergency situation). Also, the biggest problem in India is that the septic tanks overflow in case of large uses.
![flooded_toilet](C:\Users\Souchiie\Desktop\dfs\flooded_toilet.JPG)
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##### OPEN BIOLAB
We are not able to pursue without the help of an expert on biology. We called on the VUB Open BioLab and met Anne-Lise, professor, to expose her our researches, ideas, questions, ... She offered us to experience the coprophagous bacterias: echoli and yeast. Mixed with waste and natural bags, all put in closed jars, it would allow us to determine the time needed for the bacterias to deteriorate the waste. The idea would be to design tablets based on these bacterias. It's not the idea of a bag that evaporate the liquid, but it could be a different solution, maybe easier to develop. The problem is that if bacterias escape into the air, it is dangerous and causes diseases and infections.
We are not able to pursue without the help of an expert on biology. We called on the VUB Open BioLab and met Anne-Lise, professor, to expose her our researches, ideas, questions, ... She offered us to experience the coprophagous bacterias: echoli and yeast. Mixed with waste and natural bags, all put in closed jars, it would allow us to determine the time needed for the bacterias to deteriorate the waste. The idea would be to design tablets based on these bacterias. It's not the idea of a bag that evaporate the liquid, but it could be a different solution, maybe easier to develop. The problem is that if bacterias escape into the air, it is dangerous and causes diseases and infections.
![48362048_2280929298843413_7101270395738652672_n (1)](C:\Users\Souchiie\Downloads\48362048_2280929298843413_7101270395738652672_n (1).jpg)
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##### STRUCTURE
The cardboard structure, the raw earth construction, the earthen filled bottles constructions are the systems we explored before concluding that they do not meet our constraints. We tried to build an Earthbag toilet that does not answer either. Finally, we chose to develop a kit to quickly build Turkish toilets, thanks to a mold.
The cardboard structure, the raw earth construction, the earthen filled bottles constructions are the systems we explored before concluding that they do not meet our constraints. We tried to build an Earthbag toilet that does not answer either. Finally, we chose to develop a kit to quickly build Turkish toilets, thanks to a mold.
![48928920_757075824662020_4030983655206682624_n](C:\Users\Souchiie\Desktop\toilettes\48928920_757075824662020_4030983655206682624_n.jpg)
We first made researches about what exist right now as squatting pans in India and how there are build. We found the EEDS project that made pans with very light micro concrete that is a mix of ash, sand, stone dust, ... It could be produced by local groups using low cost and easy to handle machines which can be shifted for decentralize production.
We first made researches about what exist right now as squatting pans in India and how there are build. We found the EEDS project that made pans with very light micro concrete that is a mix of ash, sand, stone dust, ... It could be produced by local groups using low cost and easy to handle machines which can be shifted for decentralize production.
Our project will be to adapt the EEDS mold so that squatting pans will be used with our bags.
Our project will be to adapt the EEDS mold so that squatting pans will be used with our bags.
![2-hole_and_3-hole_squatting_pan_from_EEDS,_India_(3520160262)](C:\Users\Souchiie\Desktop\2-hole_and_3-hole_squatting_pan_from_EEDS,_India_(3520160262).jpg)
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![2-hole_and_3-hole_squatting_pan_from_EEDS,_India_(3520160262)](C:\Users\Souchiie\Desktop\2-hole_and_3-hole_squatting_pan_from_EEDS,_India_(3520160262).jpg)
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