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eVac Sent To Rwanda

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Last week, we received and sent out a new and improved eVac to Pivot Works, in Kigali, Rwanda. The new iteration of the eVac has one front wheel, like a wheelbarrow, to help with navigating difficult terrain. The new sludge containers have a Perspex-covered viewing port, which will help operators to see when the sludge reaches the maximum level. After testing and photographing the machine, it was packed in a crate and sent to Durban Airport to be delivered. We are excited to receive feedback from the hilly and tortuous terrain in Rwanda, where Pivot Works is creating fuel from human waste and selling it to industrial customers. Read more about the development of the eVac here.


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