Abstract: The usual train toilet systems provided in the Indian Railways discharge the waste directly on to the railway track systems. This leads to infecting the area and spreads a foul smell with unhygienic conditions for the trackmen for inspection and maintenance. By providing some advancements and improvising on the existing waste disposal system, we have built a safe way to conserve water by reusing the water that was once used for flushing by filtering it and again using it for the flushing purpose. This not only conserves water by reducing the overall wastage of water but also saves the tracks from the water that will corrode it. The solid waste can either be anaerobically digested to form fertile soil in the digester or can be compressed and composed into a composite solid waste.
Keywords: Railways, Unhygienic, Filtering, Digester, Anaerobically, Composite, Solid Waste.