The Janicki Bioenergy Omni Processor started as a proof-of-concept project, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in 2013. It was originally designed to take in sewer sludge and primarily output electrical power. During the development, it became clear that making clean drinking water made the processor more economically viable, and a water treatment system was added.
Model S100 can produce up to 10,800 liters of clean drinking water per day, satisfying all United States FDA and WHO clean water requirements. Emissions also meet or exceed all applicable United States EPA requirements.
Model S100 is scheduled to ship to Dakar, Senegal in mid-February 2015. This location is perfect for continuing development and measuring real-world performance.
We are very dedicated to making sure that the Omni Processor works reliably in all locations, and Dakar provides us with an opportunity to establish our support channels, supply chain, and logistics in Africa.