This WASHplus Weekly contains 2010 and 2011 resources about water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) issues in disaster or emergency situations. Please contact WASHplus if you have new or upcoming resources to add to this for future issues. Some of the resources in this Weekly include updates of WHO technical notes for WASH in emergencies, the 2011 SPHERE manual on WASH standards, links to USAID and other relevant websites.
- Re: Developing urine diversion systems in a developed world context - by: noe-hays October 31, 2014One point of clarification: an earlier post in this thread made reference to "Rich Earth Ostara" and I just want to point out that those are two different organizations. The Rich Earth Institute collects pure urine from UDDTs and waterless urinals for treatment and reuse in liquid form, while Ostara reactors typically extract struvite from centrali […]
- Sanitation Research for the 21st Century, 18th Nov, London - by: AParker October 30, 2014Tuesday 18th November 2014, 6:00 - 8:00 pm, Royal Opera Arcade Gallery, Pall Mall, London SW1Y 4UY Staged within the WSUP “My Toilet” photography exhibition space, this exciting event will offer an opportunity to catch up on the multi-faceted sanitation research currently being carried out by WSUP and Cranfield University: find out what we and our partners a […]
- Help fund the 25$ portable washing-machine from India - by: JKMakowka October 30, 2014Found this pretty interesting innovation from India: trak.in/tags/business/2014/10/29/portabl...ne-priced-rs1500-25/ www.indiegogo.com/projects/unique-bucket...mini-washing-machine Interestingly they also specifically mention it as saving water compared to regular hand-washing and also being more hygienic when washing things separately. Sadly no solar powere […]
- Re: Survey to help with final year product design project on sanitation within a developing country. - by: BStalker October 30, 2014Was this the one at the prison? I was there for that, was funny to see
- Re: Survey to help with final year product design project on sanitation within a developing country. - by: JKMakowka October 30, 2014Ah, by the way: Future FSM entrepreneurs at work in Kampala (was taken on the World Water Day earlier this year).
- Re: Developing urine diversion systems in a developed world context - by: noe-hays October 31, 2014
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