Via insight in user-needs, found through surveying people in Lyngby, we identified a concern amongst youngsters about clarity in private economy.
No one should have to pay to pee – it’s that simple. Toilets cost money, however, and so in order to finance toilets for all, we introduce a community-run toilet-market.
BlueLoo is a product service system promoting sanitation and micro-entrepreneurship in the Kenyan region Kisumu by adding value to sludge.
A growing number of Danes want to support sustainable practices. At Diatom we want to leverage the large cash reserves sitting idle in the Danish bank account to change the world.
The proposed Piga Pick-Up (Swahili for Poop) mobile application is a unique solution to a problem that has been plaguing the city of Kisumu, Kenya for years.
MTTR is a holistic solution that reduces material waste and time delays on construction sites by tracking key materials during the construction process.
Faeces sludge is not being managed properly due to high gate fees for the wastewater treatment plant and due to their low operating capacity.
We conceptualized an interactive application that shows the users their resource consumption compared to their neighbors’ and advises easy changes to reduce waste.
Kisumu, Kenya’s third largest city with more than half of the population living in informal settlements deals with unemployment, high poverty rate and unsafe waste management.
80% of construction projects are over budget, do not respect the initial deadlines, and suffer from quality issues. Decades of IT innovation have not solve this problem because the industry has failed to adopt them into its practices.