MoMo Fact Sheet- integrated Personal innovative Toilet

2.6 billion people on this planet do not have access to a proper toilet. Each day
hundreds of children are dying underage due to fecal-oral-transmitted
Many experts work on adapted solutions for the world-wide sanitary crisis, but
a real breakthrough is not in sight.
The main objectives which still need to be considered are:
• development of standardized technical components
• better availability of adapted technology
• integration into an overall sanitation system
• economical sustainability
• stakeholder involvement
Under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Londong, the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
developed an innovative toilet, called the iPiT®.
The iPiT team tries to contribute to find solutions for the worldwide sanitary
crisis by addressing the main objectives in their pilot project in Darkhan within
the frame of the MoMo project.

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