How to Save Lake Baikal in two years? And earn a lot of money on this …

The project of the Government of Moscow’s assistance to talented students and graduates’ first patent "patented device and how it works, allowing to save fresh water when using the toilet.

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 Patent number 84880 for utility model and a patent number 2,404,815 issued for an invention to a device for constant cleaning and sanitizing toilet and on the way this very clear. inventor — Moscow student Irina Mochalova. As she talked, the idea came to her mind at the moment. when she sat on maternity leave with a small child, "you also had something to wash, wash, clean. At some point, wondered how to facilitate this difficult and thankless job. coined. learned that there is a project that patents for free invention of the Moscow students and graduate students. Sent back their ideas, some time reported that they had taken to the job, and then issued patents. "

During the project implementation will be significantly reduced labor intensity is extremely ungrateful and really dirty business: cleaning the common areas. The unit also cleans (not masked by other odors. Namely removes) all the unpleasant odors. Most importantly, prikazhdom flushing saves from half a liter to a liter of fresh drinking water. If this device will be used throughout Europe, this means that in a year will save at least the amount of fresh water equal to two lakes Baikal.

The project is currently looking for investors for the production of an experimental batch and manufacturers are ready to take on the mass production of the device. 

In addition, at present the project "The first patent" in the design and in the process of patenting a device for extinguishing fires in peatlands and forest fires especially complex (the patent for utility model number 83013), car dashboard based MFP device safety car based on GPS / GLONASS technology, water saving device for watering vegetables (according to preliminary rezultatm allows reduce water when irrigating crops such up to 50% -70%) and a number of other students’ ideas and developments. 

Development of the project "the first patent" in 2011 received diplomas at the six IT-Break competition.

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