A toilet that does not need water, a sewage system or external power but instead uses nanotechnology to treat human waste, produce clean water and keep smells at bay is being developed by a British university.
What is the initial cost of it? I guess it will be costly.
It might be around $550
I imagine that it would also depend on what you ate, too. A burrito grande might pack a bit more of a punch.
Woah thats a new way to save water ... Nanotech is gr8
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