At our core, Three Bird Swan is a technology firm, dedicated to making the world a cleaner place.

We do this two ways:

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by inventing products that not only change lives, but lifestyles.

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by engineering information and consulting with like-minded innovators

We believe in the sharing of ideas with non-profit organizations and universities to help make our planet greener. To that end, we have worked alongside, and have been lauded by, people, organizations and institutions in the highest levels – from The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, to prestigious institutions of higher learning worldwide, to Blue chip firms that specialize in product innovation.

Many times what we create is a hyper-efficient model of what is found in nature

Take our OMNUS toilet for example. The inspiration for this self-sustaining toilet comes from Mother Nature. The by-products of the urine, fecal matter and trash that goes into the system are potable water (for hand washing), non-potable water (used for the next flush), a relatively small amount of ash and a tiny amount of harmless gas. OMNUS operates like nature, except we’ve just sped up the process from years to minutes. And OMNUS requires no outside electrical power to function.

As a non-profit partner, we have shared our thoughts, processes and innovations with some of the largest universities on the planet on their projects and on ours, working alongside some of the greatest minds the world has ever known. And we have been privileged to have been supported in our endeavors at times by some of the greatest philanthropic entities in the world.

Many Fortune 500, blue-chip organizations have called upon us to help with their projects, entrusting us to help make them more efficient

Collaborative Partners and Clients

Countries

Europe

North America

Asia

Africa

North America

University of Toronto, Toronto Canada

Duke University, Durham, North Carolina

Research Triangle Institute, Durham, North Carolina

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, Washington

Ohio University, Athens, Ohio

Evana Automation Systems, Evansville, Indiana

Automotive Components Holdings, Sandusky, Ohio

University of Southern Indiana, Evansville, Indiana

North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina

Europe

Cranfield University, Cranfield, England

Swansea University, Swansea, Wales

Loughborough University, Loughborough, England

TUV SUD, Hannover, Germany

Asia

National University of Singapore, Singapore

Eram Scientific, Kerala, India

Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Gao, India

Africa

University of Kawla Zulu Natal, Durban, South Africa
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July 2016

Project Commencement

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July 2016 - December 2017

Concept Engineering, Bench Top Testing, Detailed Prototype Engineering

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January 2017 – July 2017

Fabrication and Build Version 1 Prototype

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August 2017 – May 2018

Internal Testing and Bench Mark Testing

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June 2018 – Present

Field Testing and Version 2 Prototype Engineering

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July 2016

Project Commencement

]

July 2016 - December 2017

Concept Engineering, Bench Top Testing, Detailed Prototype Engineering

]

January 2017 – July 2017

Fabrication and Build Version 1 Prototype

]

August 2017 – May 2018

Internal Testing and Bench Mark Testing

]

June 2018 – Present

Field Testing and Version 2 Prototype Engineering

For centuries, people in impoverished areas around the world have done their “business” in streams and rivers, contaminating their own drinking waters and others downstream. Or they have dug holes in the ground to go to the bathroom, contaminating their local aquifer which many times has caused all manner of disease and in best case require regular manual emptying. In worst case open defecation is practiced wherever an individual can find causing the potential for wide spread communicable disease transfer.

 

Think of the clean water that is wasted each time you flush your toilet– about 1/3 of a home’s total water is used to remove human waste. Hold that thought. Think of the millions of miles of piping used around the globe to transport human waste to a purification center. And now realize that many of these sewage transportation systems and filtration plants are failing, causing major impacts to our infrastructure upkeep annual budget in repair.

 

Whether in the poorest regions on earth or the most pristine, gated master-planned community, the OMNUS toilet can make positive impact.

There are endless possibilities for OMNUS. The impact such a toilet would have on underdeveloped countries is enormous. Beyond that, the military would benefit from having OMNUS facilities in the field. And what a resource it would be around the globe during times of natural disaster, or for doctors treating patients in remote areas. Festival organizers would be able to provide sanitary bathrooms for concertgoers while avoiding the stench of portable toilets and the daily maintenance/cleaning of them. Master-planned community could offer homes equipped with OMNUS toilets – no underground sewage transport system is required.

We are actively seeking partners who have a need for such a revolutionary system to move this system forward. Perhaps you want to be part of OMNUS as we roll out this system worldwide. If so, give us a call.

For centuries, people in impoverished areas around the world have done their “business” in streams and rivers, contaminating their own drinking waters and others downstream. Or they have dug holes in the ground to go to the bathroom, contaminating their local aquifer which many times has caused all manner of disease and in best case require regular manual emptying. In worst case open defecation is practiced wherever an individual can find causing the potential for wide spread communicable disease transfer.

 

Think of the clean water that is wasted each time you flush your toilet– about 1/3 of a home’s total water is used to remove human waste. Hold that thought. Think of the millions of miles of piping used around the globe to transport human waste to a purification center. And now realize that many of these sewage transportation systems and filtration plants are failing, causing major impacts to our infrastructure upkeep annual budget in repair.

 

Whether in the poorest regions on earth or the most pristine, gated master-planned community, the OMNUS toilet can make positive impact.

There are endless possibilities for OMNUS. The impact such a toilet would have on underdeveloped countries is enormous. Beyond that, the military would benefit from having OMNUS facilities in the field. And what a resource it would be around the globe during times of natural disaster, or for doctors treating patients in remote areas. Festival organizers would be able to provide sanitary bathrooms for concertgoers while avoiding the stench of portable toilets and the daily maintenance/cleaning of them. Master-planned community could offer homes equipped with OMNUS toilets – no underground sewage transport system is required.

We are actively seeking partners who have a need for such a revolutionary system to move this system forward. Perhaps you want to be part of OMNUS as we roll out this system worldwide. If so, give us a call.

OMNUS Unit Process Area

OMNUS Unit Process Area

OMNUS Unit

Male & Female Interface

We are a consulting engineering firm.

We are often subcontracted to help organizations find ways to become more efficient, more green, more environmentally conscience and more productive. We help them achieve their goals by creating breakthrough engineering technologies – from initial concepts, to CAD design, through project management, staffing, prototype design, engineering and on to final production.
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