1. 1. What is bio-Digester Toilet?

    Bio-Digester Toilet is a decomposition mechanized toilet system which decomposes Human Excretory Waste in the digester tank using specific high graded bacteria further converting it into methane and water, discharged further to the desired surface. The Bio-digester toilet is total maintenance-free system, which does not require any sewage system. The inoculums bacteria used in these bio-digester toilets procreate & generate new bacteria in an anaerobic environment & does not require repeat dosing.

    Bio-toilet technology is based on anaerobic biodegradation of organic waste by unique microbial consortium and works at a wide temperature range. The bacterial consortium degrades night soil at temp as low as -20 degree C and produces colorless, odorless and inflammable gas containing 50 – 70% methane.

    This bacterial consortium has been made through acclimatization, enrichment and bio-augmentation of cold-active bacteria collected from Antarctica and the other low temperature areas.
  2. 2. How does bio-digester work?

    Bio-digesters have 3 anaerobic chambers that treat Human wastes effectively, and don't require any cleaning or emptying the tank because of its unique systematic structural arrangements.

    To start with the very first chamber, where in, the Human wastes arrive from the toilet's outlet, consequently the solids drop to the bottom of the tank because of the systematic structure of the bio-digester tank and the high graded pre residing bacteria (i.e. anaerobic bacteria, which can survive in the absence of oxygen) rushes for their job (i.e. eating away organic waste and decomposing entire occurring pathogens).

    When this chamber is filled, the water overflows to the second chamber where more of the same happens, except at this time most of the biological/solid/sludged matter has been left in the first chamber. When the water overflows into the third chamber, it is almost 90% clean and hence the final stage of digestion takes place. The treatment, the task of cleansing water is continuously carried forward from the start to the end point, till the water exits the bio-digester. When the treated water finally comes out from the bio-digester and into our irrigation pipelines (optional if required), it is 98% clean and free from entire pathogens. This water is now safe to be used for underground irrigation via pipes buried below the surface. However, the treated water should not be used for human or animal consumption, or for household cleaning without going through additional treatment.
  3. 3. What are the areas in which biodigester toilet can be used?

    Bio-digester toilets are totally suitable for sub zero temperature of Himalayan Region, Glaciers, Railway coaches, Buses, Highways, Remote areas, seaports, Mining area, Industrial areas, metro cities etc.
  4. 4. How much time will it take to install?

    It is very easy and quick process to install a bio-digester because it does not require any special equipment or any kind of sewage system. It only needs to dig a trench (in accordance to the Bio-digester tank size) into the desired ground/surface and place the bio-digester tank into that trench, further fixing of inter-connections (i.e. from the commode's outlet till the Bio-digester tanks outlet).
  5. 5. What are the post installation services for maintenance provided?

    There is no such requirement of after sales for our Bio-toilet systems as the systems are totally maintenance free. This is why these systems are in huge demand all over the country.

    What are Advantages of bio toilet?
  • It digests organic solids in an ecological way.
  • It prevents human waste and untreated water from contaminating groundwater.
  • It offers an alternative to dumping of wastes into rivers, lakes and fields in rural and semi-rural areas where there are no sewage systems.
  • The effluent (i.e. the water) can be used as fertilizer for soil, to water plants.
  • The effluent is cleaner, more effective and easier to use than a septic tank because it doesn't need to be further cleaned or emptied.
  • The effluent is odorless, non obnoxious, colorless as compared to the end products of the toilets being used these days.
  • It doesn't require the work and energy involved in relocating composting toilets every year.