Israeli Company Wins Gates Foundation Grant for Water-Free Toilet

2 Aug 2012 by OOSKAnews Correspondent
Israel, JERUSALEM
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A fine for uncollected dog feces six years ago prompted the founders of Israeli company Paulee Cleantec to create a solution that is now being used to develop the world’s first water-free toilet. Paulee Cleantec just signed a deal with the Bill and Melinda Gate Foundation to take technology designed for dealing with pet waste and adapt it for the purpose of creating a water-free toilet for 2 billion people in the developing world who do not have access to clean water or sanitation. “They approached us and asked us to give them a proposal,” said Paulee Cleantec CEO Oded Halperin. “We were immediately approved...

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