Made in Madagascar: New Tsiky Toilets

Loowatt Tsiky Toilet In Line

Loowatt is installing more Tsiky Toilets in Antananarivo households, following 6 months’ successful pilot operation of 5 Tsiky household toilets which began in December 2014. These new Tsiky Toilets have the same external shape and appearance as the 2014 toilets but with added touches to improve performance and ease of installation. Most importantly, they are made in Madagascar. Watch the Madagascar Documentary.

Loowatt Tsiky Toilets Four Colours

On 29 April 2015, Loowatt’s process and implementation engineer Armel Segretain went to the Malagasy Society of Plastics Processing (La Société Malgache de Transformation de Plastiques, or SMTP), which is a Malagasy company that makes everything plastic or recycled plastic, such as tubes, pipes and tanks. SMTP also produces objects in molded fiberglass for boats, digesters and septic tanks. Armel was there to inspect the manufacturing of the new Loowatt Tsiky Toilet mold. The final color choices for the Tsiky Toilets are green, blue and grey. Let us know which one is your favorite.

Read more about Armel’s experience working in Madagascar.

Loowatt organizes special community meetings to showcase the waterless toilets and the Loowatt system. Like the Loowatt Madagascar Facebook Page to find out when the next event is.

If you are interested in having a Loowatt Tsiky Toilet in your home in Antananarivo, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

The final colour choices for the Tsiky Toilets are green, blue and grey. Let us know which one is your favorite.