NoMix toilets have been designed in such a way that these separate urine from the solid waste, which as the story goes has many many and many advantages. The first one being that it would easy down the task of municipal waste-water plants, which would help them produce more methane to generate electricity. Secondly, we would be able to extract nutrients that we could use as fertilizer.
And, the good news is (as per the review based on an extensive survey) that 7 European countries are already up for the innovation, as they are happy with the design, seating, hygiene and the idea of fertilizers is also being liked. However, the price of this innovation is definitely going to be more and as per the survey “Only 57% (±29%) are willing-to-pay more for a NoMix- than conventional toilet or purchase NoMix-toilets without subsidies.” But, taking in consideration that the product is just in the stage of infancy, the number is pretty good. And, its just a matter of time that people would become used to the idea of having such a thing in homes, consequently preparing the people across various countries to adopt the greener version of the toilets.