ECOJOHN® is a leading provider of sewage waste combustion systems, incinerating toilets, and turn-key solutions for the military, disaster and relief efforts, refugee camps, oil and gas industries, and other remote or mobile commercial and residential applications.
Due to our flexible design of our products along with our strong engineering capabilities we can accommodate the toughest types of climates and environment and provide a safe and green waste management solution.
The ECOJOHN® products line consist of waterless toilet systems with incinerating features, as well as waste combustion systems that incinerate black water and eliminates expensive and unpleasant septic pump-out processes.
ECOJOHN® provides inimitable solutions that have logistical, economical, and environmental benefits. We have the solution whether it is a smaller private application, or larger scale commercial application.
Please, browse our website and learn more about our unique waste combustion systems.
One of the most favorable facts for all ECOJOHN® products is that they can operate virtually anywhere. ECOJOHN® combustion systems have proven that they work in cold or hot climate, low or high altitude (up to 18,000 ft) as well as any remote location. Our models run off 12VDC, 120AC, or 240AC. Fuel source as of today is Diesel, propane, or natural gas. It is also possible to combine 12 VDC off-grid operations with solar Panels.
ECOJOHN® is at the forefront of a worldwide push to save our planet’s most precious resource - water. Our products are designed to operate without water or with low flush toilets – installing functional toilets can be very difficult in countless regions around the world, and poor sanitation is a major factor to the massive medical problems. It is estimated that half of all medical cost is caused by unsafe sanitation in the developing world.
Facts about Water Scarcity:
- 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.