||ECOJOHN® is a U.S. based corporation and the exclusive manufacturer of highly efficient green septic alternatives as well as turnkey commercial restroom/incinerator buildings, offices, and accommodation units.
The products are ideal in situations where a septic percolation (perc) test has failed, there is no municipal sewage, or in areas where a septic tank is prohibited or not economical to install. The WC Series (Sewage Incinerators) can process both black and gray water and the systems are easy to install and operate.
Due to the efficient design (all waste gets incinerated to a small amount of sterile ash by propane, natural gas, or diesel), ECOJOHN® solutions are ideal for military/armed forces, medical camps/hospitals (such as the ones being built in West Africa where Ebola is highly infectious), disaster/relief and aid organizations, remote oil/gas drilling and exploration camps, as well as construction and temporary sites.
The sewage incinerators and buildings can also be connected to existing installations, i.e. remote camps with toilets, sinks, showers. The black/gray water gets plumbed into our patented incinerator technology instead of being dumped or pumped out. The return on the investment (ROI) for doing this can be very quick and high.
In addition to the larger commercial solutions ECOJOHN® also includes smaller residential waterless composting (BASIC Series) and incinerating toilets (SR Series). They are very easy to install and thousands of units have been installed globally over the 15 years of existence. These self-contained toilets are very popular in cabins, guest houses, and other similar applications.
All products have been designed to handle the harshest climates and they have been installed all over the world including Arctic and Antarctica. In fact, our products have been installed in all of the world's 7 continents and they are being used daily by a numerous of military forces as well as many other commercial applications and residential clients.
||The first ECOJOHN® models were designed over 15 years ago and we have a proven track record that our products are very durable and extremely efficient. We are constantly installing new systems around the world and ECOJOHN® is regarded as a leader in waste management in remote applications.
- Completely self-contained – no need for septic or municipal sewage
- Easy to install and operate
- Low maintenance
- Low water consumption – waterless and low flush systems
- Can be installed completely off-the-grid with 12V DC and solar
- Complete turnkey units that can be installed to new or existing buildings
- Quick setup
- Are designed to handle extreme environments
- Complete incineration which reduces the risk of waterborne diseases and highly infectious virus such as Ebola to spread
- Quick ROI
- Reliable in operation and built to last for up to 20 years
- Environmentally sound
- Systems that can handle small residential applications to complete turnkey units for larger camps such as oil/gas drilling, military forces, medical camps, and aid organizations
- Cost effective
- Almost one fifth of the world's population (about 1.2 billion people) live in areas where the water is physically scarce. One quarter of the global population also live in developing countries that face water shortages due to a lack of infrastructure to fetch water from rivers and aquifers.
- Poor water quality can increase the risk of such diarrheal diseases as cholera, typhoid fever and dysentery, and other water-borne infections. Water scarcity can lead to diseases such as trachoma (an eye infection that can lead to blindness), plague and typhus.
- A lack of water has driven up the use of wastewater for agricultural production in poor urban and rural communities. More than 10% of people worldwide consume foods irrigated by wastewater that can contain chemicals or disease-causing organisms.
- At any one time, half of the world's hospital beds are occupied by patients suffering from water-borne diseases.
- Over one-third of the world's population has no access to sanitation facilities.
- In developing countries, about 80% of illnesses are linked to poor water and sanitation conditions.
- 1 out of every 4 deaths under the age of 5 worldwide is due to a water-related disease.