On this episode of the ZuLoo Pōōdcast, we teleport virtually to Ghana to get acquainted with entrepreneur and engineer Kweku Anno, inventor of the Biofilcom composting toilet (predecessor of the Soilet), and his son, Frank Anno. Kweku shares with us how a simple observation of the natural world lead to Biofilcom’s unique toilet design and to the subsequent success of Biological Filters & Composters Limited (BIOFILCOM).
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- Learn more about the important work Kweku and his company Biofilcom are doing here: https://www.biofilcom.net
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