The biofil bio digester toilet system in Ghana uses anaerobic digestion technology whereby microorganisms break down biodegradable material in an oxygen-free environment.
This is whereby micro organisms break down biodegradable human solid waste materials in an oxygen free environment.
This process takes place after toilet waste together with the flush water have been brought in a chamber through a normal water closet.
Rapid separation of both human solid waste and water occurs through filtration and in the absence of air in a way that odor is not generated.
Contained in a biofil toilet bio digester is a living filter where the liquid portion of the flush is quickly drained away and channeled through a leachate pipe into the top soil (soak hole).
Before we go further, there are equally some important facts you must know about bio digesters in general.
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The remains in the bio tank is the solid waste which is treated in the right environmental conditions where oxygen gets into it created for millions of microorganism and bacteria to further break it down by feeding on it.
This science is nothing new.
Those of us who keep household pets especially dogs can relate to it.
If your dog litters on your compound and the conditions are right, the dogs remains in a weeks time would have disappeared.
Nature has thus been replicated in a Biofil digester in which the effluent filters away very quickly and the solid simply disappears.
The use of locally sourced bio degradable materials means that these biodegradable waste disposal systems are good for the environment.
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