The vacuum filling of toilet paper, toothpaste and other household items is one of the cheapest and most popular ways to reduce waste.
It is also a highly efficient method of disposing of the plastic in plastic bags, as the material is washed into the toilet bowl.
But India’s new $1.9 billion vacuum filling devices are more efficient and less environmentally destructive than the old machines.
India’s new, $1 billion vacuum-filled toilets, known as the ‘snowmen’, were announced on Wednesday by the government, which said they would replace more than 10 million existing toilets in India by 2020.
The country has seen a sharp rise in plastic waste.
More than half of all plastic used for household use in India is in plastic trash.
Plastic waste accounts for 10% of the total waste generated in India.
The machines will not only clean up plastic waste but also help to reduce the amount of plastic in India’s waste stream.
The machines will have a capacity of up to 50 kg and have a range of up from 30 kg to 60 kg.
According to the ministry of environment and forests, India has a population of 3.2 billion, including a whopping 7.4 billion people who have a toilet or a similar appliance in their homes.