Enviro Loo Urinal

The Enviro Loo Urinal

The Enviro Loo Urinal is a system that functions without water or chemicals. It is designed for the benefit of all communities, and can be installed almost anywhere. It is an effective solution to the numerous sanitation challenges facing the world.
Only the evaporative urinal tank can be linked to multi storey installations. Please note that in these installations, extension vent pipes and electrical fans would be required. In the case of using an electrical fan, it is possible to adapt the vent pipe flange on the top section and make use of an alternate and smaller sized vent pipe.
The Enviro Loo Urinal works using sun and wind, which provide the catalyst for liquids to evaporate. It functions completely off-the-grid and does not require water, electricity or chemicals to operate.
Enviro Loo Urinal is a tried, tested and proven sanitation solution. To date, there are more than 100,000 Enviro Loo installations in 51 countries worldwide. It is already installed in many developed (Australia, France, USA, Canada, Germany, Greece) and developing countries (Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, South Africa) and is seen as the future of sanitation by visionary countries that understand the need for an alternative system.
The Enviro Loo has been recognised internationally as an innovative, viable and affordable solution to the sanitation crisis. Formal recognition of the Enviro Loo includes:
1992: Audi Terra Nova Award – Innovators for the Environment
1997: Top Technology 100 Award – South Africa
1998: Gold Award for Best Innovation & Contribution to Health Care in Africa
2005: Laureate Award – Intel Environment and Technology, United States
2010: Gold Award for Sanitation – Department of Human Settlements, South Africa
2015: Innovative Waterless Technology Award, India

Enviro Loo Urinal Model

U 1050 Urinal $ 8,799.00

Enviro Loo installation including Urinal System

See the two urinal drying chambers with armoured glass sun collectors on the right

Inside myself is a place where I live all alone
and that is where I renew my springs that never dry up.

Pearl S. Buck

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