In Sub-Saharan Africa sanitation needs of the majority of the urban population are met by onsite sanitation technologies such as pit latrines. As part of the SPLASH sanitation research programme the FaME (Faecal Management Enterprises) and U-ACT Project researched innovative solutions to increase access to sustainable sanitation services. Building on this research Sandec/Eawag has recently started the SEEK Project (Sludge to Energy Enterprises) researching co-processing of faecal sludge and other urban waste streams into fuel pellets and with these electricity through gasification.
- the 1st Separett UDDT in Datong city - by: scottchen April 20, 2018Arno, Sorry for saying a late hello to you from Separett. I am here learning the incineration toilets which can bring me quick profits. i am also sorry for not visiting and paying my repect to your hard work in China. thank your for your explaination and comments. now it is time for you to come back to China because our new leaders are calling for a toilet r […]
- the 1st Separett UDDT in Datong city - by: scottchen April 20, 2018hi, Elisabeth: Thank you for posting my comments on the forum. Now, I am in Sweden and the Internet is so fast that I feel like a dream. I will continue the test and upgrade the progress to everyone in the forum. Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, I will be around Hamburg visiting THUU. It would be a surprise if some toilet expers came to me suddenly.. best […]
- Reply: the 1st Separett UDDT in Datong city - by: scottchen April 20, 2018Hi, Carol: Your comments are very valuable for me. We need a better solution , not a cheaper product. For your information, there are only 1-4 people in each family as the young people are working in the cities, My assistant, A Ling can only collect 60L urine a month , and one bucket of solid waste which can be easily composted by mixing some sawdust. She ap […]
- Sanitation and health evidence: request for input into a consensus meeting - by: sayboom April 20, 2018Colleagues, Following the publication of results from a number of recent studies investigating links between improvements in sanitation and health (such as the WaSHBenefits study, studies in Tamil Nadu, Madya Pradesh and Orissa in India and others) some of you have contacted us with questions and concerns about the seeming lack of consensus about the relatio […]
- Review of CLTS - by: muench April 20, 2018Dear Mughal, Thanks for pointing out this very important review paper of CLTS. It came in very handy for me today as I was doing some work on the CLTS Wikipedia article and was looking for a good reference to substantiate some statements which hadn't been referenced yet. I looked on the forum, saw your forum post, started reading the review paper and fo […]
- the 1st Separett UDDT in Datong city - by: scottchen April 20, 2018