TfP Videos

You are invited to spend 86 seconds with TfP and our NGO partner Amazon Promise installing Crapper composting toilets in the remote Peruvian Amazon village of Nuevo Jerusalen.

Enjoy another in-country Crapper installation video (in Spanish) produced by one of our NGO partners – Fundacion Haciendas del Mundo Maya (FHMM).

Watch Popular Science interview Jason Kass at NYC’s 2015 Maker Faire:

http://www.popsci.com/composting-toilet-for-developing-countries?G6321JgfV2dsOmIS.03

The average in-country material cost to build a locally made, family-scale composting toilet with urinals as part of a pilot installation project is $200.

Crapper composting toilet constructed in-country2 Crapper composting toilet constructed in-country1

Approximate cost to hire TfP to conduct an in-country pilot Crapper composting toilet installation project:

In Latin America: $7,500, inclusive, to train NGO staff, provide capacity building to community members and construct & install 5 Crapper composting toilets (for processing pee and poop), 5 Wizzers (for males to pee only – stand up style) and 5 Tinklers (for females to pee only – sit down style) using local materials and labor.

In Africa or Asia: $10,000, inclusive, to train NGO staff, provide capacity building to community members and construct & install 5 Crapper composting toilets (for processing pee and poop), 5 Wizzers (for males to pee only – stand up style) and 5 Tinklers (for females to pee only – sit down style) using local materials and labor.

TfP’s Animated Video – why toilets are so important.

Introducing Toilets for People

TfP’s Indiegogo Campaign Video

TfP’s Mission

2.5 billion people worldwide lack access to improved sanitation. 1 billion still practice open defecation. When poop mixes with drinking water supplies and people drink or bath in that water they get sick – leading to the death of one child under 5 years old every minute from preventable diseases like cholera and severe diarrhea.

We’re dedicated to bringing sanitation solutions that last to the developing world, particularly to flood-prone communities. By partnering with in-country NGOs, we ensure our solutions are technologically appropriate, take local toilet preferences into account, are resilient, effective, elegant, and affordable.

TfP was happy to make the PBS.org’s list of “4 innovative toilet designs to talk about on World Toilet Day

TfP is honored to have made this list from Inhabitat.com of the “8 Toilet Designs That Could Save Millions of Lives Around the World

TfP also honored to have made this list from One.org as 1 of the “7 Sustainable Toilets That Could Change the Way the World Poops

TfP listed in the Daily Banter as one of “22 of the Most Fascinating Social Good Startups Changing the World

TfP listed by CurrencyFair as one of “20 Global Startups That Are Changing the World

Read TfP talk about why Bill Gates can’t build a toilet in a New York Times op-ed 

Read Jason’s WSJ article by Jason Kass About How Toilets Can Save Lives 

Toilets for People (TfP) takes 1st Place in Columbia University’s 2014 Engineering Venture Competition

TfP wins Global Impact Award at 2014 Cleantech Open Northeast Open

Check out TfP on Instagram!

Marine Grade High-Density Polyethylene Crappers for Sale!

TfP Bathroom kit is built using 100% recycled Marine Grade High-Density Polyethylene [HDPE] and retails for $750 plus tax & cost to ship.

Bathroom kits are shipped flat packed, IKEA-style, ready to assemble. Total weight is less than 100 pounds so the bathroom kit can fit into 2 large bags and brought on as plane as normal checked luggage if needed to transport overseas.

The bathroom kits include the Crapper composting toilet, the Wizzer (for males to pee only – stand up style) and the Tinkler (for females to pee only – sit down style).

Male urinal HDPE Crapper Side View Female Urinal