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Death of Joseph Orszagh

by Julien

NarWe are very sad to learn of the passing of Joseph Orszagh, this Wednesday, October 14, 2020.

Joseph Orszagh – Photo credit eautarcie.org

Joseph is the inventor of the bio-controlled litter toilet, the use of which he has championed and propagated.

A native of Budapest and former university researcher in Belgium, Joseph has studied and supported the cause of water and its sustainable development.

A pioneer in his field, he advocated the recovery and reuse of rainwater. He also sounded the alarm about the impact of the current wastewater treatment system on the environment.

A pioneer of the dry toilet, he recommended the

treatment of black water using plant biomass

This healthier treatment creates a rich humus that restores soil biodiversity and prevents pollution of watercourses.

His work has been a great help and has provided us with a wealth of information on the obvious relevance of the bio-controlled litter dry toilet.

We invite you to discover or reread his work on the

Eautarcie website

of which he was the main contributor.
You can also visit the

Youtube channel MrEautarcie

. It contains videos explaining the principles defended by Joseph Orszagh.

The entire Lécopot team pays him a warm tribute. We offer moral support to his family and friends.


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