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The idea of bathroom facilities that use minimal amounts of water may be a worthy one for communities that find access to water a serious challenge. Here in the north a number of communities have limited water access, and there are those such as Copper Bank that are facing water shortage. Rotary Club’s Ron Zurlinden suggested that those schools could consider projects like the one in Concepcion to maximise the use of their resources.


Screen_Shot_2017-03-27_at_6.43.44_PMRon Zurlinden, Project co-engineer, Corozal Rotary Club


“In some schools are really operated real well here in Belize, they have plenty of portable water, everything goes well, this technology probably is not important to them because they already have a great system working but for some of those other align schools like Copper Bank where they have a lack of water or other schools with lack of water and maybe their facilities are a little older then this could be a really good inexpensive technology for them.”

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