Eram Scientific Solutions Launches e Toilet app

Nature’s call is something which no one has control on and this sometimes puts us on a difficult situation when you are outside. Finding out a decent, clean toilet then becomes a herculian task. In a bid to avoid such circumstances, Eram Scientific Solutions (ESS) which has taken up the initiative of setting up e Toilets has come up with an e Toilet app.

The Application which was launched in Bengaluru on Wednesday, works on any Android ­supported phone,and can be downloaded from Google Play Store by typing in the key word ‘etoilets’. Its features include locating the nearest e­toilets via map and address listings, understanding the mode of operations, mode of access and information on facilities such as napkin vending machine and incinerator attached to it.

“In addition the application also enables sharing feedback on the user experience of the toilet along with image uploading. Through this App, the public can also suggest new location for e­toilets where the facility is not available at present” said, Mr. Sreekumar G, an official from ESS, Bengaluru.

Currently the ESS has set up over 1500 units of e Toilets across 19 States in India. In Bengaluru the ESS in association with the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) has set up 75 units of e Toilts across various locations. With more demand 12 more are in the line for completion. Yet another app meant for the officials for monitoring these e Toilets was also launched. Sitting at their office the officilas can monitor the working of these e Toilets. The best part of these e Toilets is that it is self automated, further added Sreekumar.

Apart from the school model the e Toilet is soon launching in other parts of Karnataka – Mysuru, Shivamogga and Belagavi to name a few, he said.

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Luna Dewan

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With six years of her journalism experience, Luna Dewan has worked for leading print media like the New Indian Express, Deccan Chronicle and DNA. She has been writing on healthcare, environment and various other civic issues. She is now with as the Assistant Editor.

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