â€œThe prototype, called a â€˜clean hub,â€™ is made from an old, 20-foot-long storage container and houses a bathroom complete with a composting toilet and a solar shower, a 4,400-gallon water tank, a foot pump-powered sink, and water collection and filtration systems. Running on two solar panels and a 1500-watt battery, the hub also provides sufficient electricity to power itself, with enough left over to run a small appliance, such as a laptop.”
Architecture students build ‘hub’ for disaster relief, Social Design Notes, May 14, 2007
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