Sasha Kramer and Tony Loyd on Sustainable Sanitation Solutions
“SOIL’s (ecological sanitation) waste treatment facilities treat and transform more than 500 tons of human waste annually, providing a powerful example of how to affordably and effectively increase access to sustainable sanitation services worldwide,” writes Tony Loyd, who welcomed SOIL’s Dr. Sasha Kramer to join him in conversation last month on his podcast dedicated to sharing stories of solutions flourishing around the world.
Want to learn more? Follow this link to listen to their discussion on SOIL’s journey, our lessons learned, and – ultimately – what we’re working towards here in Haiti.
Other Recent SOIL Coverage
- Sasha Kramer’s Keynote Address from the Urine Diversion Summit Aug 22, 2018
- SOIL Featured in New Book on Global Changemakers Jun 28, 2018
- Tree Hugger: How SOIL’s Humble Toilet is Improving Health in Haiti May 28, 2018
- Sasha Kramer and Tony Loyd on Sustainable Sanitation Solutions May 26, 2018
- INKLINE: How SOIL is Chasing the Sustainable Sanitation Dream May 23, 2018
- Juno7: All About SOIL’s Organic Compost May 9, 2018
- New York Times: Can Dirt Save the Earth? Apr 26, 2018
- Juneau Empire: How Human Waste Can Be Transformed into Resources Apr 16, 2018
- The Guardian: Life without Toilets Apr 3, 2018
- Ozy: Why Cities are Starting to Shun Sewers Mar 12, 2018
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