You Design. We HTML.

Chennai gets India's first self-cleaning smart toilets

March 1, 2016 - Uncategorized

Adambakkam-bus-depot

Feed-twFeed-fb

In most Indian cities, public sanitation remains woefully inadequate, with rampant public urination and toilets being either dirty or too few. In a first of its kind project in India, over 180 self-cleaning public eToilets have been installed in the southern Indian city of Chennai.

See also: 7 reasons why World Toilet Day matters in India

What makes these toilets even more user-friendly is that they can be located through an Android app called eToilet. Through it, Chennai residents can find toilets on the map, rate them, offer feedback and even suggest new places where they should be installed. Officials from the Greater Chennai Corporation can use a second app to remotely monitor hygiene levels, usage figures and water availability at each toilet. Read more…

More about Health, India, Sanitation, Us World, and Social Good
Source: Mashable

› tags: Creative /