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2011 - 2013
Live & Learn Environmental Education
Energy recovery and waste treatment with floating biodigesters


Improving the sanitation of water-based and floodprone communities through floating, small-scale biodigesters where excreta is converted into biogas for energy and into fertilizer.

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2011 - 2013
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Increase of biogas production using low cost nanoparticles


To increase the production of biogas from sludge and other organic solid wastes using low cost iron oxide biocompatible nanoparticles (FeNPs) and the simultaneous production of high quality sanitized compost.

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2014 - 2016
Kohler
Kohler design project for engineering prototypes of a toilet with the CalTech processor


This project will design and fabricate five identical closed loop flush toilet systems, for field testing in developing world locations without adequate sanitation.

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2011 - 2012
Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA)
Latrine training mat


To design a children’s latrine training mat made from easy-to-clean plastic that fits over an existing latrine hole in an effort to promote good sanitation practices and foster a life-long habit of latrine use.

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2011 - 2012
Retina Pharma Inc
Lotus throne: A self-cleaning solution to sanitation


Testing UV-resistant super-water-repellent silica as a coating for toilets, which could reduce the amount of water needed to clean the toilets after use and improve the surface sanitation of the toilets.

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