Installing a new biogas digester system, aiming to achieve a biogas production rate of 30,000 litres daily. Adapting this system to work with automatic pipe inflows and outflows, and Raspberry Pi monitoring.
Improving the efficiency and scalability of the EvapoDryer, our innovative new design for the solar-powered drying of sewage sludge. Adapting this system to work with automatic pipe inflows and outflows.
Developing a business model for selling biogas back into the community.
Engaging the community with the project, maintaining local Sanitation Users’ Associations for each network and working with local NGOs to develop workshops to improve hygiene education.
Monitoring and evaluation of the project.
Collaborating with UK and Tanzanian students to come up with creative, appropriate solutions to real problems.
Seeing the tangible impact of the systems you are working on.
Practical work (in the technical roles) instead of theoretical and desk-based engineering summer internships.
The opportunity to determine your individual role within the team.
The resources and freedom to innovate and make the project your own.
Working with the local community to assess the impact of past initiatives and make useful improvements.