December 11, 2012
fastcompany:

Engineers at Cal Tech, including Asghar Aryanfar, have—at the urging of the Gates Foundation—created a new toilet for the developing world that will help stop disease and also generate power, even in the most remote location

Monetizing human waste is truly the most sustainable business model of all. Seriously, the most base of the pyramid business model that could have emerged in the developing world is to monetize the one resource each person has access to in this world: poop. 

fastcompany:

Engineers at Cal Tech, including Asghar Aryanfar, have—at the urging of the Gates Foundation—created a new toilet for the developing world that will help stop disease and also generate power, even in the most remote location

Monetizing human waste is truly the most sustainable business model of all. Seriously, the most base of the pyramid business model that could have emerged in the developing world is to monetize the one resource each person has access to in this world: poop

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