This issue of the WASHplus Weekly contains case studies and evaluations of financing methods for water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) and Indoor Air Pollution (IAP) projects. Included in the WASH sector is an IRC review of sanitation financing models, a GTZ review on financing rural water supply, and case studies from Kenya and Mali. Please let WASHplus know if you have additional resources on this topic or suggestions for future issues of the Weekly.
- Mercury in Wastewater - by: KRISWASH March 19, 2018check the link for mercury removal process from industrial waste water waset.org/publications/14912/mercury-rem...dustrial-waste-water
- Women in sanitation let’s meet each other this International Women’s Day! - by: secretariat March 19, 2018Dear all, great, to read these posts about your work in the sector, thank you for sharing! We would like to include this thread in the upcoming SuSanA news mail and make a collage from all the profile pics. If you have any objections against the use of your profile picture in the newsmail kindly let us know in the course of this week, no problem. Best wishes […]
- Improving Wikipedia article on "Waste stabilization ponds" - by: marcos March 19, 2018Hi Elisabeth, Regarding the question of sludge management in ponds, in my last revision I had clarified the issue of removing frequency for the three different types of ponds (anaerobic, facultative, maturation). Now I added a paragraph (last one in the section Operation and Maintenance) describing the different desludging techniques. I edited directly in Wi […]
- Ecological Public Toilets for India? Is it possible? - by: Kevinkuhn March 19, 2018Hi Imad, thanks for your post and presenting your solution. I don´t really understand how your toilet system works. On your website you state this: "The solid waste will be treated by our special formulated bacterial culture, which eventually will turn into ashes, killing all the pathogens." 1) What is that bacterial culture? Why do you need more b […]
- Ecological Public Toilets for India? Is it possible? - by: Kevinkuhn March 19, 2018Hi David, thanks for your response and now I am curios and want to know how you do this. I assume your organization is Sanitation First, correct? How does the toilet looks like in the inside? Does it has 3 compartments including urine and wash water separation? Could you present a picture? Did you come across severe misuse? Meaning that, the feces were to we […]
- Mercury in Wastewater - by: KRISWASH March 19, 2018