Sanivation received the 1st prize in 2015 in the Chuck Dell category from the Mentor Capital Network, and 3rd place in the Richard Heinberg Sustainability Prizes sponsored by the Foundation for a Sustainable Future.
Sanivation provides a household sanitation service and affordable fuel to residents living in slums of Kenya, where current toilets are too expensive and require infrastructure that slum dwellers are not setup to invest in.
New fecal treatment plant to ease sewer crisis in Naivasha
Meet the Entrepreneur: Andrew Foote and Emily Woods, Sanivation
Cooking food with human poop instead of charcoal? Yes, it’s possible
10 ideas that could change the world
SH100M AT STAKE FOR CHIVAS REGAL THE VENTURE WINNER
Sanivation Turns Waste Into Fuel in Kenya
Applying The Circular Economy To Toilets Could Speed Up Global Sanitation