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over 3500 people using our service …  180 tonnes sludge removed … 27 jobs created ... 500 toilets and counting ...  

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Stats:

over 3500 people using our service …  180 tonnes sludge removed … 27 jobs created ... 500 toilets and counting ...  

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Clean Team - the innovative, affordable sanitation solution for low-income communities in the developing world.

Millions of people worldwide do not have access to the kind of safe and hygienic sanitation facilities that most of us take for granted. We believe this is unacceptable. We want to transform lives by delivering safe, hygienic and convenient sanitation facilities into the homes of low-income urban dwellers in the developing world.

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People of all ages, regardless of circumstance, deserve the right to perform their necessary bodily functions in safety, without the risk of spreading or contracting disease. Our mission is to ensure as many people as possible can enjoy that right.

We offer an affordable, reliable solution to the problem of inadequate sanitation infrastructure in countries that are struggling to provide for the basic needs of their burgeoning urban populations. We work with the local population and tailor to their needs, providing employment and a sustainable business model along with our unique sanitation solution. Simple, empowering, effective.


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contact us

email:london@cleanteamtoilets.com

phone:+44 (0)20 3170 0935

mail:c/o Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor, Capital Tower, 91 Waterloo Road, London SE1 9RT, UK

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2.4 billion people worldwide do not have access to adequate sanitation and 1.8 million people…

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