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We have developed Biodigester System for Indian Railways in collaboration with DRDO, RDSO and RCF Kapurthala. More than 90% of Biodigester Systems being used in railway coaches are manufactured, supplied and maintained by us.

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Stainless Steel Bio Digester is mainly used to install in trains. It is much appreciated initiative of MRC to install bio-toilets in the trains to make the railway tracks waste free and odourless

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Indian railways to have bio-toilets in all trains by 2022

New Delhi: Seeking to provide a clean and eco-friendly travel to passengers, railways is planning to eliminate direct discharge type toilets from its entire fleet of passenger coaches and replacing the system with bio-toilets by the end of 2021-22.
Railways is envisaging to eliminate direct discharge toilet system from its entire fleet of passenger coaches by the end of 2012-12, the national transporter has said in a recent report to National Human Rights Commission.

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New Delhi: Bio-toilets developed by DRDO today earned praise from Prime Minister Manmohan Singh who said that these could go a long way in solving the problem of open defecation in rural India.

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The bio-toilets are fitted underneath the lavatories and the human waste discharged into them is acted upon by a particular kind of bacteria that converts human waste into non-corrosive neutral water.

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The hi-tech public toilet installed near Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital in New Delhi. — Photo: Shiva Kumar Pushpakar

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New Delhi: Seeking to provide a clean and eco-friendly travel to passengers, railways is planning to eliminate direct discharge type toilets from its entire fleet of passenger coaches and replacing the system with bio-toilets by the end of 2021-22.
Railways is envisaging to eliminate direct discharge toilet system from its entire fleet of passenger coaches by the end of 2012-12, the national transporter has said in a recent report to National Human Rights Commission.
Railways has assured the NHRC that it is making sincere efforts to overcome the problem of falling of human waste from train toilets on rail tracks.The prevailing open discharge of human waste on tracks is not only corroding the rails, it is becoming a serious environment hazard for the railways.According to a senior railway ministry official, corrosion costs railways over Rs.350 crore every year.Continuing its efforts to provide a clean and eco-friendly travel to train passengers, railways has expedited the work of fitting bio-toilets in coaches with over 2,000 of them already installed so far. Railways have about 50,000 coaches.
Railways have installed bio-toilets in 2774 coaches till December 2013. The toilets have been fitted in Sleeper and AC coaches of premier and mail/express trains.The green toilets not only prevent discharge of excrement on tracks and maintain cleanliness but will also help do away with manual scavenging.The new-age green toilets have been designed by Railways along with Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) keeping in mind the requirements of Indian trains.

Setting a precedent, the tiny islands of Lakshadweep is all set to become the first town in the country to install nearly 12,000 eco-friendly toilets developed by  MRC,KPT,Punjab in its buildings — local and those owned by the Government — by March next year.
The move is aimed to save the fragile ecosystem of the island, which is under severe threat due to acute sewage disposal problem caused by increasing local population and tourist flow.
“Lakshadweep has very porous soil so the discharge from the soak pits and the present conventional septic tanks is contaminating groundwater. Moreover, septic tanks constructed in private houses are not scientific. Hence, the eco-friendly structures,” a senior official from Lakshadweep told The Pioneer.
He said, of total 27 islands, the bio-digesters will be installed in 10 inhabited one. Other islands are small and exist as satellites of the inhabited islands.
W Selvamurthy, Chief Controller (R&D) from DRDO, said the Planning Commission will execute the project to set up the bio-toilets in such a large scale which came following success of 21 bio digesters installed under a pilot scheme last year after it was found that conventional system of sewage disposal was not suitable for the island.

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