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We’re creating a system that doesn’t just reduce the amount of fecal contamination entering waterways in India, it converts fecal material into valuable products.

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In urban areas in developed countries, the contents of toilets and that of  towns or cities end up in a municipal-built and operated wastewater treatment plant.  But in developing countries like India, where infrastructure doesn’t keep pace with population, there is a good chance that it will end up in rivers and fields.

We’re creating a system that doesn’t just reduce the amount of fecal contamination entering waterways in India, it converts fecal material into valuable products. We’re doing it because the effects of contaminated water in India, are absolutely disastrous.

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I’ve got an update on Tansa Clean’s doings in India this summer! But first, some introspection. Tansa Clean, from the start, was about sustainability – sustaining itself financially, sustaining the ecosystem it was in, and just as importantly, allowing us work-life balance. We’re still working on the first two, but my long absences from home […]

Anisha was in India and this is what she learned: New information = adjusted assumptions = new directions Remember our Indiegogo video? We had identified the city of Kolhapur as our base of operations. It seemed a good choice – it is a city with 280,000 septic tanks in use and in proximity to Spectrum Renewable […]

From Pune to Chennai. Instead of sitting side-by-side to write this, we’re once again, somewhat unexpectedly, creating a bi-continental blog! The visa gods were frowning on us a little, so we scrambled to assemble and send in additional paperwork. Now we’re waiting for that frown to be turned into a smile. In the meantime, we’ve […]

It’s been a month since we successfully closed our crowdfunding campaign; we were overwhelmed by all the support we got from people from at least 12 different countries and so grateful to all of you who contributed, shared, or followed our campaign and joined our efforts to transform sanitation in India.Today, we want to share […]

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