Sitting pretty: Tyagi has stopped spending Rs 2,500 on fertilizers
Urine applied on field
The toilet seat sealed with slab once the collection chamber is filled for 6 month
Waste from the ecosan toilet applied in field
Back view of the Ecosan toilet with collection chamber and air vent
Basmathi rice cultivated using urine and waste from the toilet is ready for harvest
Decomposed excreta ready for applying in field
Sweet harvest: Tyagi got a good yield of paddy by using faecal compost and urine
Urine collected from nearby school is used as fertiliser
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