Duke University Center for WASH-AID -
Reinvent the Toilet Project
Triangle Environmental is providing design, development, and field implementation support to the Duke University Center for WASH-AID in their development of a toilet that converts human waste into burnable fuel, stored energy and disinfected, and non-potable water. Triangle Environmental has been heavily involved with installation and continued development of the test unit in Coimbatore, India.
Find out more at washaid.pratt.duke.edu
NC State - Pit Emptying Project
NC State is developing safer, more efficient pit emptying equipment for the developing world. A Triangle Environmental team member has been involved with the design, fabrication, and field implementation of these units (now known as the Flexcrevator and Flex-X) since their inception. Testing of these units has taken place over the past 4 years in South Africa, India, Malawi, and Zambia.
Find out more at www.flexcrevator.com
Biomass Controls - Biogenic Refinery
Triangle Environmental is providing service management support including the field installation of the Biogenic Refinery units (beginning in India), training of local personnel, quality control, and customer service.
Find out more at biomasscontrols.com
Crane Engineering - Oystra
Mobile Septage Treatment System
Triangle Environmental is supporting Crane Engineering on the development of a Mobile Septage Treatment System - a new sanitation technology that processes human fecal sludge into non-potable water for agricultural or industrial use.
Find out more at craneengineering.net