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Constructing World’s Most Affordable Toilets

by Clean India Journal - Editor
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Managing Industrial waste under the prescribed guidelines has been a tough task for companies. What if an entire home could be built from waste, including toilets! Binish Desai, Chairman-BDream Group introduces P-block bricks based on his patented technology B Dream EcoDial. Given the fact that P-blocks help build world’s most affordable homes & toilets, the unique & disruptive idea can take the entire Swachh Bharat Abhiyan to a whole new level!

 

P-block Features:

Cost effective
High compressive strength
Pest Resistant
Fire resistant
Suitable for earthquake prone regions
Eco-friendly
Energy efficient

 “Swachh India is not only about taking a broom and cleaning the premise, but has more to do with how do we manage our Industrial waste.”

 Applications

There is a wide range of applications using the p-block material. The bricks can be used in:

  • Houses
  • Shelter boxe
  • Farm houses
  • Warehouse
  • Compound walls
  • Wall panels
  • Offices
  • Schools
  • Packaging
  • 3D printing house
  • Prosthesis
  • Windmills and others
Toilet attcahed bathroom

Toilet attcahed bathroom

It can also be used as a substitute of wood, cement and concrete.

BDream houses and toilets have got all the necessary clearances such as environmental from GPCB. The first prototype building of a 200sqft home and a small toilet was shown to various people including Narendra Modi. BDream is currently constructing 3000 toilets in six villages. The projects have been undertaken under the CSR funds of various companies such as Welspun Ltd and Atul Ltd. Getting Paper Waste

Paper mills in Vapi alone generate around 40 tonnes of waste daily, this fulfils the requirement. Earlier these companies were dumping the same under some established facility as per GPCB norms.

After getting the permission from GPCB BDream collects the waste and converts it into bricks.

kid-meal

10EK is a new initiative taken by BDream to adopt one kid’s meal for one year through Akshayapatra foundation for every 10 toilets it makes.

Futuristic Plans….

The company is currently working on developing 3D Printers. Installed on a mobile van, these printers will make homes within hours on the spot. Small trials are being run and have been in fact very successful. One only needs to install the design into the machine and feed the inputs.

Presently, it requires concrete and ceramic mixtures as inputs. The trials are going on and in fact have been very successful so far.

 

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