Getting back to (composting) toilets ...
We get into toilet discussions about once a year here on NL. All too often they turn into excuses why someone must have a flush toilet and little to do with reality in Nicaragua. Let's see if we can do better this time.
There is an organization called Toilets For People that has a solution that they are promoting for India, Peru and Nicaragua. They point out why a composting toilet is a good thing, particularly for places that may flood, but also point out that the typical cost is $1500.
Their project is to produce, install and support a $200 alternative. It's call the CRAPPER, the Compact Rotating Aerobic Pollution Prevention Excreta Reducer. There are some short, entertaining and right-on videos about the project.