Vic Hinterlang Photojournalist

2/28/2024 1:44:07 AM

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Photo Number 1355

Drums for a urine diversion toilet in Shada. SOIL has moved towards urine diversion toilets partly because the added liquid in the feces creates unpleasant odors in the toilets and also because the urine, being largely sterile, can immediately be used as a fertilizer. A layer of bagasse, shredded sugar cane, a by-product of rum production, or ground peanut shells, is spread after the toilet is used to cover feces and promote drying.