The Probiotic blend contains:
  1. Nitrifying Microbes
  2. Denitrifying Microbes
  3. Phosphorous solubilizing Microbes
  4. Potash solubilizing Microbes
  5. Zinc solubilizing Microbes
  6. Heavy metal binders
  7. Sulphur solubilizing Microbes
  8. Oxygen liberators​

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Processing of Human excreta with Kitchen or Industrial Ashes, Kitchen Waste, Lime, Probiotics will:
  • Results in easier handling.
  • Improves soil structure.
  • Prevents animals from spreading the excreta to surroundings.
  • Prevents environmental pollution.
  • Protects people from spread of diseases.
  • Reduces foul smells.

Composting of feces with Food waste, Ash, Lime, Probiotic Blend in as it is weight ratios of 3:0.5: 0.5:0.5:0.02 is found to be ideal.

Styrofoam insulation (75 mm thick) around the compost reactors and compost turning every two days enable sanitizing temperatures (>50°C) to be reached and sustained for over a week, giving a reduction of foul smell and also a reduction of Pathogens >3log10 for E. coli and >4log10 for Enterococcus spp.
The generation rate of excreta in humans is found @ 0.6–1.6 L urine/cap/day and 120–425 gm wet feces/cap/day.

The generation rate of the elements in the excreta is about:  
  • 7.6–8.1 gm N /cap/day,
  • 1.6–1.8 gm P /cap/day,
  • 1.8–2.75 gm K /cap/day,
  • 1.0–1.11 gm S /cap/day,
  • 0.75–1.55 gm Ca /cap/day,
  • 0.25–0.5 gm Mg /cap/day,
  • 9–17 mg Zn /cap/day,
  • 1.4–1.6 mg Cu /cap/day,
  • 0.3 mg Ni /cap/day,
  • 0.02–0.03 mg Cd /cap/day,
  • 0.07–0.14 mg Pb /cap/day,
  • 0.01 mg Hg /cap/day
  • 0.8–1.1 mg B /cap/day.

While the metals (Ca, Mg, Zn, Cu, Ni, Cd, Pb, Hg) are mainly excreted via the feces; the remaining elements (N, P, K, S, B) are mainly excreted via the urine.

It can be concluded that human excreta constitutes a large fertiliser resource, which presently is not utilised .