Enviro Loo Domestic D2010

Dr. Brian La Trobe

The Enviro Loo is a waterless, on-site, dry sanitation toilet system that functions without water or chemicals. It operates through a process of dehydration and evaporation which occurs naturally through the use of the sun, gravity and wind. The process transforms human solid waste into a safe, neutral material. The treatment and management of the waste takes place in a sealed unit ensuring no water or ground contamination can occur.Interview with representative

Learn more about the Enviro-Loo here.

Product description

The Enviro Loo is a waterless, on-site, dry sanitation toilet system that functions without water or chemicals. It operates through a process of dehydration and evaporation which occurs naturally through the use of the sun, gravity and wind. The process transforms human solid waste into a safe, neutral material. The treatment and management of the waste takes place in a sealed unit ensuring no water or ground contamination can occur.Interview with representative

Learn more about the Enviro-Loo here.

Target region(s)

Enviro Loo installation sites including both household and community products are: Afghanistan; Angola; Australia; Botswana; Cameroon; Canada; Chile; France; Gabon; Ghana; Greece; Haiti; Israel; Kenya; Mozambique; Namibia; Nigeria; Saudi Arabia; Sierre Leone; South Africa; UAE – Dubai; USA; Zambia

Distributors/implementing organizations

Enviro Loo is a global company with distributors and agents worldwide, thus ensuring availability globally. Distributing agents include: Enviro Options in South Africa, Flo-Tek in Angola, Exclooslive in Kenya, Enviro Resources in the Middle East and SWSLoo, Inc in the USAInterview with representative

Market suggested retail price

The Enviro Loo selling price per model varies per model. Enviro Loo has four different models that cater to different usage rates ranging from approximately $500 to $800 (USD). The A Domestic (D2010) unit for 10 users per day is on the lowest end of the range.
Enviro Loo aims to provide sanitation in line with the target set by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation of 0, 05 cents (USD) per day.^Interview ^with ^representative

Competitive landscape

Clivus Multrum composting toilets

SDG targeted
Target user(s)

Households and communities in urban and rural areas. Specifically for areas with no access to water, lack of infrastructure, as well as progressive countries striving to preserve precious water resources. Enviro Loo further targets the following entities and/or sites: Governments and public sector; Educational institutions; Health care industry; Rural and urban housing; Public facilities (transport hubs, religious facilities etc.); NGOs and NPOs; Refugee camps and military; Heritage and tourism sites^Interview ^with ^representative

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