Resource Archive – 2019

J-OP Suitability Snapshot in Ghana

STeP or Partner: STeP
Country of focus: Ghana, Senegal
Published date: November 2019

Brief description:

In 2019, STeP conducted research related to the suitability of the Janicki Omni Processor (J-OP) in Ghana. This public-facing report captures some of the insights from STeP research, providing readers with an initial understanding of market and technical factors influencing the suitability of the J-OP to be sited in Kumasi and Sekondi-Takoradi. The report also includes a sanitation landscape of Ghana and an estimate of the potential market size for the J-OP.

Key topics

  • J-OP suitability analysis
  • Sanitation landscape in Ghana
  • Market size
  • Competitive landscape

Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) Incinerator Market Landscape: Analysis of India and South Africa

STeP or Partner: STeP
Country of focus: India, South Africa
Published date: November 2019

Brief description:

Providing appropriate disposal options for menstrual hygiene products along with improved sanitation can drive toilet use and benefit the lives of women, girls, and their communities. On-premise incinerators are being installed in some women’s bathrooms to provide hygienic and private disposal.

This report examines the market opportunity for menstrual hygiene product incinerators in India and South Africa, including the total market opportunity, key market segments, and the likelihood of key segments to adopt MHM incinerators. The report also includes insights from interviews with manufacturers of menstrual hygiene incinerators currently in the market in India.

Key topics

  • Menstrual hygiene management
  • Characteristics of incumber menstrual hygiene product incinerators

On Demand Webinar: Non-Government Markets in India for the Reinvented Toilet

It’s estimated that by 2030, the annual revenue opportunity for sale of Multi-Unit Reinvented Toilets (MURTs) in India could exceed $500 million, with additional opportunity in after-sales service. In our on-demand webinar, we discuss non-government markets in India for the MURT, including the multi-family residential and commercial segments. We also highlight the value proposition of the MURT and drivers of adoption in the above-referenced segments.

Costs Associated with Shared Toilets in India and China

Author: STeP
Country of focus: India and China
Published: October 2019

Brief description:

This resource provides an overview of lifecycle costs of existing shared toilets in India and China. STeP, with local partners, collected data on the costs to install and operate shared toilets to understand what prices buyers face in these markets in which a MURT may compete. Cost data for school, toilet, and community and public use cases are summarized in aggregate and presented in detail via a full dataset that is publicly available.

Costs Associated with Shared Toilets in India and China – Dataset

Brief description:

This document contains the cost data for school, toilet, and community and public use cases that are summarized in the resource Costs Associated with Shared Toilets in India and China.

Creating the Path to Profitability for the Reinvented Toilet

Author: STeP and Eram Scientific
Country of focus: India
Published: September 2019

Brief description:

This report presents seven potential business model ideas for companies to consider as they plan their Reinvented Toilet (RT) commercialization strategies in emerging sanitation markets. This report also aims to help donors and governments understand how they might support RT market creation efforts. In 2019, STeP and Eram Scientific, a leading sanitation technology enterprise in India, partnered to design and test new RT business model ideas. This report presents hypotheses and insights generated through this collaborative effort.

OP Market Sizing Model

Published: October 2019

Brief description:

This omni processor (OP) market sizing model uses a bottom-up (city-level) approach to allow users to approximate the potential market opportunity – by number of units – for the OP in urban India from 2020 to 2030. The model considers two OP use-cases: deployment as a component of a fecal sludge treatment plant (FSTP) and co-location with a sewage treatment plant (STP) for the treatment of biosolids. Model users can modify key inputs and assumptions, such as the OP treatment capacity and policies influencing OP adoption rates, to project the potential market potential for up to two different OP units. Model outputs can help inform users’ go-to-market strategies and other initiatives related to OP technology in India.

On Demand Webinar: The Reinvented Toilet – Technology and Opportunity Overview

Interested in knowing more about the reinvented toilet? View our on demand webinar in which hosts Andrea Stowell and Cary Strickland cover the benefits of the reinvented toilet, the global market opportunity, and the current stage of development of SURT and MURT technologies.

They will also share an overview of the Transformative Sanitation Technology Directory, an online resource anyone can use to find information about the technologies that have been developed with support from the Gates Foundation. The directory enables visitors to

  • identify potential technology solutions for licensing or partnership
  • evaluate sub-systems for integrating their own portfolios,
  • explore complementary technologies such as menstrual hygiene management systems or novel toilet interfaces, or
  • identify technologies that will meet the needs of their city, building, or other use case.

Market Segments in India for the MURT

Author: STeP
Country of focus: India
Published: September 2019

Brief description:

This two-page overview of the >$500M annual revenue opportunity for Multi-Unit Reinvented Toilets (MURTs) in India summarizes key points from seven of STeP’s detailed market intelligence reports. Intended for new, executive-level readers on the topic, the report highlights major market segments for MURTs in India and describes high-level trends and procurement drivers in each segment. The report will provide readers with an initial understanding of the MURT opportunity in India.

Regional Briefing on Sanitation: Latin American and the Caribbean

Author: STeP
Country of focus: Latin America and the Carribean
Published: September 2019

Brief description:

This report highlights regionwide trends in onsite sanitation, fecal sludge management and wastewater treatment. These trends illustrate a service delivery gap and opportunity for non-sewered sanitation technologies. It is estimated that the total potential market for the construction of improved household toilets is between US $1-15 billion, while the potential market for fecal sludge management services is US $3 billion.

On Demand Webinar: Global Access Strategy & Opportunities in Sanitation

How the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Firmenich are partnering to ensure safe sanitation for all.

Sarah d’Arbeloff of Firmenich speaks with the STeP team about Firmenich’s partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to support the new sanitation economy — estimated at $200 billion globally, with $62 billion in India alone by 2021. Sarah share insights and her perspective on: