Sanitation projects 2013

MOD POD

By Derek Burkhardsmeier, Jacob Fornof, Kevin Gebo

modpod

modpod2

Goal:

To design an affordable and modular latrine that provides adequate comfort to the user.

The latrine should be easy to assemble, disassemble and transport, and structurally durable.

Focus:

Modularity, Durability, User experience.

MODPOD PROCESS BOOK PDF

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PEMANANS

By Jonathan Erbelding, Gabrielle Potts, Brad Reminder, Mathew Starowitz

perma

Goals and focus:

Waste Management – adequately treat waste and be self-sustaining for future generations.

Accessibility – allow access for children without fear.

Social/Cultural acceptance – be welcoming and encourage residents to want to use facilities.

PEMANANS PROCESS BOOK PDF

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TAJ

By Raymond Boronczyk, Tal Rosemblum, Hanxuan Zhang

taj

Goals:

Develop a sanitation solution for rural Haitian areas that cleanliness, reduction of disease transmission and aesthetic impact.

Focus:

Privacy, Vandalism prevention, Appearance, Dislodging, Cleanliness.

TAJ ROCESS BOOK PDF

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SUPREME LATRINE

By Kyle Cohn, Shanique Shields, Ronald Still

supreme

Goal:

To provide Haitian families with a clean, safe and welcoming environment in which they can produce and dispose of their waste.

Focus:

Clean environment, Safety and privacy, Address cultural norms, Waste treatment.

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TANTWALET

By Pedro Cruz, John Leavitt, Wei Luo

tant

Goal:

To develop a concept of a sanitation system that provides sustainable solutions for the population of Haiti.

Focus:

Functionality, Affordability, Waste reuse.

TANTWALET PROCESS BOOK PDF

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TUBE-A-LOO

By Margaret Burke, Lauren Gaydosh, Brian Kilger, Elise Verkade

tube

Goals and focus:

Culture and user experience – incorporate aspects of Haitian culture in the thought process of the design.

Manage waste – determine an effective way to collect, treat and dispose waste that will not be harmful to the members of the community or the surrounding environment.

Provide access – define the location of the system for ease of use, incorporate portability of the system.

TUBE-A-LOO PROCESS BOOK PDF

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SKI-DOOP

ski

By Austin Gampfer, Cyrus Hannibal, Melina Santos

Goal:

To Design a system that will fulfill the needs of a rural community in a third world country that has been continuously under distress due to natural disasters.

Focus:

Low maintenance, Waste treatment, Easy to move.

SKI-DOOP PROCESS BOOK PDF

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