Isolated from Coronavirus in tiny homes, built in 2 hours
China has started to use Tiny Houses for hospital workers and those taking refuge from the spread of Covid-19.
The tiny homes have been 3D printed in two hours which has donated more than 200 pods and 15 larger wards to prevent the spread of diseases.
These buildings have been hailed as an ideal temporary measure to slow the spread of the pandemic, as printed small buildings can be flexibly moved because no foundation is needed. They can be transported by truck and crane, then moved on to other places when no longer needed.
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Alternatively, they can be broken down and reassembled, or the building materials can be recycled and used sustainably elsewhere.
Each of the pods and wards contain 'ecological toilets', which are designed to flush without water. Meanwhile, it's not connected to the outside world and will not be discharged into the sewer, so it will not pollute the outside environment, instead using organic bacteria to break down the matter and keep it isolated from the general population's sewage systems.