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Waste not waste: Earth report 13
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Waste not waste: Earth report 13

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The toilet - great for sanitation, not so good for water efficiency. Every flush sends as much as 27 litres of precious treated water down the drain. In Germany they have developed waterless urinals and dry toilets. A Dutch inventor has developed a device that fills compost bags with human waste, right there in the toilet. The technology is out there but will it ever go mainstream? In Morocco and Tunisia, water is scarce but will people want to use waterless toilets? Earth Report goes on the trail of less wasteful alternatives and finds out what the public thinks.
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