Virgin: These eco-toilets prove that you CAN polish a turd
“Ever heard of the ‘poop loop’? It’s a slightly more playful way of describing ecological sanitation – a process by which nutrients from human waste returns to the soil rather than polluting fresh water resources. And if you’ve ever perched atop a composting toilet then you’ve been hooped into the poop loop too.” – Katie McCory, Virgin, January 7 2016. Read the full article here.
Other Recent SOIL Coverage
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- Sasha Kramer’s Keynote Address from the Urine Diversion Summit Aug 22, 2018
- SOIL Featured in New Book on Global Changemakers Jun 28, 2018
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- Juneau Empire: How Human Waste Can Be Transformed into Resources Apr 16, 2018
- The Guardian: Life without Toilets Apr 3, 2018
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