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Extended Development And Field Testing / User Acceptance Evaluation Of The EOOS Urine Trap Toilet

The project tested the Eazisplit pedestals in both households and schools. It was noted that the performance of the Eazisplit toilets depends on user behavior, especially the split between urine and faeces. A larger data set is needed to determine water usage and urine split effectiveness, and the overall characteristics of the two waste streams produced by the toilet to design effective downstream processing. The Eazisplit toilets also performed well in schools, but the school environment is generally harsher than households for toilets. Despite the challenges of the school environment, the Eazisplit toilets remained functional, and feedback was generally positive. The urine can be used for irrigation.