Saniation5 Corporation Ltd provides safe and self-sustaining sanitation to energy plant solutions in peri-urban and rural areas in developing countries 

Every day 800 CHILDREN DIE because of diarrhea.

Covid-19 and other diseases are spreading due poor sanitation and hygiene conditions.

58,000 square miles of FORESTS are being LOST every year to deforestation, contributing to climate change.

Sanitation5 systemic approach covers the whole sanitation service chain and "KILLS" the death cycle of disease caused by poor sanitation.

ONE S3 Fecal Sludge (FS) Treatment (20.000 people) briquette UNIT REDUCES CO2 emission of 4960 tCO2/year, when FS briquettes are used instead of wood based charcoal briquettes.

Concept developed in cooperation with Finnish Committee for UNICEF 

Sanitation5 Ltd participated EU - Uganda Business Forum on 9 - 10.3.2020 in Kampala Uganda.

" This business forum was well organized and gave a good picture of the economic situation in Africa. In addition to this, forum gave a lot of practical information and new contacts to us," says CEO Mr. Jarmo Himma.  

The forum marks an important milestone in the roadmap towards strengthening the Uganda-EU economic alliance. 

Better water, sanitation, and hygiene could PREVENT the DEATHS of 297 000 CHILDREN aged under 5 years each year

Over 60 % of the world, 4.5 billion people suffer from poor sanitation

These people need to everyday ponder, how do their needs without feel of shame or even threat of violence

1/3 of all health care cost in developing countries is used to cure diarrhea infections

Sanitation problem is NOT solved by building water toilets with sewerage as they are too expensive and do NOT guarantee safe and clean environment

Open defecation perpetuates a vicious cycle of disease and poverty. The countries where open defection is most widespread have the highest number of deaths of children aged under 5 years as well as the highest levels of malnutrition and poverty, and big disparities of wealth 

Because of poor sanitation, people are affected directly by the toilet sludge

Toilet sludge content dangerous pathogen bacteria. Bacteria cause following diseases and infections annually

  • Diarrhea - 2.2 million death annually - also main reason to underfeeding of children
  • Cholera - 140.000 infections
  • Typhoid fever - 17 million infections
  • Hepatitis A 
  • Dengue fever 
  • Ebola infections

Some 827 000 people in low- and middle-income countries die as a result of inadequate water, sanitation, and hygiene each year, representing 60% of total diarrhoeal deaths. Poor sanitation is believed to be the main caus in some 432 000 of these deaths