Innovation VIIIPortable Sanitation Systems by Shramik Sanitation Systems<br />
Present Statistics<br />Today 2.6 billion people in the world have no access to toilets and 1.3 billion live in India and ...
Current StateNo urinals in Schools<br />“Who will clean my toilet - is the refrain from schools across India. The governm...
Current State<br />No urinals in Public area<br /><ul><li>According to the urban development norms, there should be one pu...
Dwindling numbers due to demolition of some urinals for road widening and other works. </li></ul>No urinals during travell...
The Innovation- Portable Sanitation Systems by Shramik Sanitation Systems<br /><ul><li>SHRAMIK is first portable sanitatio...
First ISO 9001-2000 certified company in Asia in Portable sanitation.
First Indian PSAI registered Company.
 Largest portable toilet hire company in India with a fleet of more than 1000 plus toilets and appropriate suction vehicles
with high end communication and technology back up and GPS tracking system.</li></li></ul><li>Positioning <br />
Scope of Operations<br />Present in places where there is no drainage line or septic tanks  and where providing good sanit...
Functioning of a Portable Toilet<br />
Products & Services<br />Toilet Cabins<br />One piece continuous door frame<br />Five point integral polyethylene door hin...
Urinal<br />SPUTNIK - Single user stand alone urinal.<br /><ul><li>Ideal for large outdoor events and high rise buildings ...
The number of people using the units varies from 75 uses to 150 or more uses depending on the model of the toilet.
The KROS Urinal has a waste capacity of 450 liters and is purely a urinal, which can accommodate about 300 to 350 users at...
Capacity-The capacity varies from 175 liters to about 300 liters depending on the model.
Weight-The weight of the unit varies between 85 and 100 kilograms depending on the type of unit</li></li></ul><li>Shower C...
Septic tank evacuation
Privacy shower curtain.(Optional)
Stainless steel shower curtain rail and fittings. (optional)
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  1. 1. Innovation VIIIPortable Sanitation Systems by Shramik Sanitation Systems<br />
  2. 2. Present Statistics<br />Today 2.6 billion people in the world have no access to toilets and 1.3 billion live in India and China.<br />less than 20 % of Indians have access to sanitation.<br />In rural areas, a mere 3% of the population has access to sanitation.<br />In urban areas merely 20% of the population has access to water /flush toilets connected to sewage system .<br />In slum areas, where more than half of Mumbai lives, an average 81 people share a single toilet. In some places it rises to an eye-watering 273. <br />A survey by WaterAid (international NGO) has ranked India second on the list of the “WORLDS WORST PLACE FOR SANITATION”<br />
  3. 3. Current StateNo urinals in Schools<br />“Who will clean my toilet - is the refrain from schools across India. The government cannot clean toilets in thousands of schools, many tucked away in rural corners.<br />The schools will have to develop their own mechanism to keep their toilets useable," says PrashantPanigrahi, Chief Engineer, government of Orissa.<br />   <br />Functional toilets locked because of lack of running water supply students leave the facilities dirty and unusable<br />  Insufficient state support in maintaining hygiene &  sanitation facilities.<br />Less than 40% schools in Uttarakhand have a place for sanitation, however dismal it maybe.<br />
  4. 4. Current State<br />No urinals in Public area<br /><ul><li>According to the urban development norms, there should be one public urinal per 100 citizens in a city like Pune, but the situation in the city is alarming, with one urinal per 9,100 citizens.
  5. 5. Dwindling numbers due to demolition of some urinals for road widening and other works. </li></ul>No urinals during travelling, at construction sites, at local tourist spots like museums, local bazaars or monuments<br />
  6. 6. The Innovation- Portable Sanitation Systems by Shramik Sanitation Systems<br /><ul><li>SHRAMIK is first portable sanitation solution company in India to provide portable sanitation solutions and services for construction sites and public gatherings, started by Mr. Rajiv Kher in 1999.
  7. 7. First ISO 9001-2000 certified company in Asia in Portable sanitation.
  8. 8. First Indian PSAI registered Company.
  9. 9. Largest portable toilet hire company in India with a fleet of more than 1000 plus toilets and appropriate suction vehicles
  10. 10. with high end communication and technology back up and GPS tracking system.</li></li></ul><li>Positioning <br />
  11. 11. Scope of Operations<br />Present in places where there is no drainage line or septic tanks and where providing good sanitation is a must.<br />
  12. 12. Functioning of a Portable Toilet<br />
  13. 13. Products & Services<br />Toilet Cabins<br />One piece continuous door frame<br />Five point integral polyethylene door hinge<br />King size inside door latch<br />Standard 250 liter tank - Optional Recirculating , Composting or 320 liter Tank<br />Each toilet unit has a translucent roof and provides natural light and illumination of more than 400 lux<br />The toilet also has enough ventilation, which is provided on three sides of the toilet and that too very discreetly to give the user total privacy and avoid peeping toms<br />
  14. 14. Urinal<br />SPUTNIK - Single user stand alone urinal.<br /><ul><li>Ideal for large outdoor events and high rise buildings under constructions.
  15. 15. The number of people using the units varies from 75 uses to 150 or more uses depending on the model of the toilet.
  16. 16. The KROS Urinal has a waste capacity of 450 liters and is purely a urinal, which can accommodate about 300 to 350 users at a time without cleaning or evacuation
  17. 17. Capacity-The capacity varies from 175 liters to about 300 liters depending on the model.
  18. 18. Weight-The weight of the unit varies between 85 and 100 kilograms depending on the type of unit</li></li></ul><li>Shower Cabins<br /><ul><li>Shower head with integral soap tray.
  19. 19. Septic tank evacuation
  20. 20. Privacy shower curtain.(Optional)
  21. 21. Stainless steel shower curtain rail and fittings. (optional)
  22. 22. Corner vanity unit for storage of shampoo, soap and sponge.
  23. 23. Acrylic mirror and towel rail.
  24. 24. Fully rotationally moulded shower tray and floor,
  25. 25. provided with a drain and waste hosepipe supplied.</li></li></ul><li>Suction pumps, Trucks& Basins<br /><ul><li>All our Vacuum Tanks have been ergonomically designed
  26. 26. It evacuates the waste and also cleans the toilet with fresh water using a high pressure jetting system.
  27. 27. Reliability of pump basis of quality of service
  28. 28. All our trucks have sophisticated GPS and monitoring systems and restrooms have RFID (Radio Frequency Identification).
  29. 29. Controls and efficiency needed for better documentation and safety.</li></ul>Suction Pump<br />Portable Handbasin<br />
  30. 30. Marketing Efforts<br />
  31. 31. Business Model<br /><ul><li>Business model is based on the mobile restrooms and the services alongside.
  32. 32. It is a pure service model. The unit is installed for free, and the company charges for the cleaning and evacuation of waste to make profit because of larger customer base.
  33. 33. Currently they manage around 2,400 restrooms, doing about 12,000 services per week using around 30 service trucks.
  34. 34. Rs 3000-4000 charges per monthlong term contracts
  35. 35. Rs1500-2000 Rs/day @events->major source of revenue and margins at 20%
  36. 36. In slum areas , partnership with NGOs and they charge around Rs 300 for every family of five people.
  37. 37. They employ people from the slums as people who carry out the maintenance activity.</li></li></ul><li>Applying Sandbox to the Innovation<br />
  38. 38. Scalability<br /><ul><li>India is a large market for waste management services.
  39. 39. From urban places( 54%), to rural domestic households(21%), proper sanitation facilities are the need of the hour.
  40. 40. Thus, portable washrooms business will grow and competition will drive the need of regulation and better standards of service.
  41. 41. Collaboration with International Organizations is the way forward, to gain the relavant managerial knowledge.</li></li></ul><li>Social Equity<br /><ul><li>In slum areas they mostly work with NGOs and they charge around Rs 300 for every family of five people.
  42. 42. Employment of people from slum to carry out the maintenance activity and organizing social awareness campaign
  43. 43. The profits generated from our paying is worked out to provide portables in the slums, as well as at public events.
  44. 44. The larger aim of the innovation is to promote, build and service permanent hygienic facilities in homes, businesses and institutions.</li></li></ul><li>Environmental Sustainability<br /><ul><li>All the restrooms are built from recyclable materials, the sanitary concentrate used is a bio-friendly additive, and all the waste that is collected is disposed of at a sewage treatment plant.
  45. 45. Plans to set up a biogas facility to generate power and create carbon credits by the innovator in the long run.</li></ul>EcofriendlyBiochemicals<br />
  46. 46. Sandbox cont..<br />Individual Rights<br /><ul><li>The innovation stands to give the right of proper sanitation service to all the individuals of the society, with the aim-”sanitation for all” </li></ul>Transparency and Quality<br /><ul><li>The innovation follows guidelines prescribed by the PSAI (Portable Sanitation Association International) in the country.
  47. 47. First ISO 9001-2000 certified company in Asia in Portable sanitation</li></li></ul><li>The Way Forward<br /><ul><li>Increase in services per week to cater to the increasing demands at slums, construction sites, disaster management, street (pay-for-use units), tourism and school sanitation.
  48. 48. Other waste management services including disposal and treatment of waste and recycle fertilizers to form energy.
  49. 49. Development of low-cost package treatment plants to offer a Total Sanitation solution.
  50. 50. The latest innovation creating disposal units for sanitary napkins.
  51. 51. Generate water out of the waste to be used for other purposes.</li></li></ul><li>Thank You<br />TEAM SCAMPER<br />SomyaBhargava<br />SukeshaSajwan<br />ShauryaBhushanTyagi<br />SonaliAbrol<br />

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