Published on Sep 12, 2014 -“Behind The Data: The People Who Make Research Happen” is a short documentary, highlighting the work that was done in rural communities by the people who were instrumental in collecting and recording data for a sanitation-based research project. We aim to show the fundamental value of each person’s role in achieving the ultimate research objectives.
- Re: Pathogen destruction in biogas plant vs ABR (Anaerobic Baffled Reactor) - by: JKMakowka December 19, 2014Marijn Zandee wrote: One further comment, I think it would also be interesting to consider in the debate what the influence of pathogens that can be transferred between animals and humans is. Especially if some studies exist concerning the relative transmission rates of human-human and animal-human pathogen transfer in rural communities? I guess you are refe […]
- 2014 issues of the WASHplus Weekly - by: campbelldb December 19, 2014In 2014, the WASHplus Weekly compiled 4 issues on WASH & Nutrition, 2 issues on handwashing, and 8 issues on CLTS and other sanitation topics. Other topics include Learning from Failure, Ebola and WASH-related diseases, Multiple-Use Water Services, etc. Link
- Re: Pathogen concentration in untreated fecal sludge - by: TeamWTR December 19, 2014Hi We have a little information on raw untreated sludges. Maybe you can use some of it. Here is a table with the information we have. Hope it is useful, best of luck. Cati.
- Nice and quick overview about CW's historical developments, by David AUSTIN, USA - by: AquaVerde December 19, 2014Advanced Treatment Wetlands: A 4 th Generation Technology David Austin, P.E. North American Wetland Engineering White Bear Lake, Minnesota, U.S.A. www.jlakes.org/web/FourthGenerationWetlands.pdf to my surprise: "...The first engineered treatment wetland design is found in a 1901 United States patent. Although the patent is surprisingly sophisticated, no […]
- Thematic Discussion Series coming to the SuSanA Forum! - by: secretariat December 19, 2014The SuSanA Secretariat would like to announce the introduction of an exciting new initiative on the SuSanA Forum in the New Year: the Thematic Discussion Series. ANNOUNCEMENT: NEW SUSANA INITIATIVE From the recent Forum Survey (question 23, forum.susana.org/forum/categories/10-gen...2&start=12#10938) 74% percent suggested that structured discussions, and […]
- Re: Pathogen destruction in biogas plant vs ABR (Anaerobic Baffled Reactor) - by: JKMakowka December 19, 2014
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