SHRI provides toilets and safe drinking water to rural Indians currently living without these vital services. These 600 million people consequently endure catastrophic health, economic, and social outcomes. SHRI solves this by building community sanitation facilities. Each facility is equipped with a minimum of 16 toilets, eight for men and eight for women. Toilet use is free. This is done intentionally to encourage use and is an essential step in communities where open defecation has been normalized over generations. Human waste is collected in a biogas digester located at the SHRI facility. This concrete tank enables the organic waste to decompose and produce methane gas. This energy source is used to power a generator to produce electricity, which SHRI uses to operate a water filtration plant that filters 1,000 liters per hour. SHRI thus improves access to toilets for free and safe drinking water for a nominal fee. The revenue generated from the sale of safe drinking water offsets each facility’s operation and maintenance costs. This will dramatically improve health, social, and economic outcomes throughout rural India.