How waste-to-fuel project is changing lives in Kenyan slum

The EastAfrican

Sanivation provides the 200 households in the area — and those in Kakuma refugee camp in northern Kenya with specially made container toilets dubbed “blue box.” With these, the firm collects human waste, treats it using a solar panel and makes briquettes out of it. A single toilet costs $2 per month to service. The toilets are serviced twice a week.

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