Implementer’s Guide to Lime Stabilization for Septage Management in the Philippines

Implementer’s Guide to Lime Stabilization for Septage Management in the Philippines, 2015. 

This report has been prepared for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), under the Water Security for Resilient Economic Growth and Stability (Be Secure) Project, Contract No. AID-492-C-13-00015

The USAID Be Secure Project is grateful all who were involved in the creation of this Implementer’s Guide to Lime Stabilization for Septage Management in the Philippines. This guide is a result of collaboration and input from a dedicated team and group of advisors.

This manual is for implementers – the person on the ground who makes things happen. You may be:

  • A municipal or city government staff person, such as the City
    or Municipal Environmental Officer (CENRO or MENRO), engineer,
    planner, or health officer tasked by the mayor with setting up a
    septage management program.
  • A water service provider, such as a water district, mandated to
    provide sanitation services to its customers.
  • A disaster preparedness specialist, responsible for managing fecal
    sludge and septage following natural or manmade disasters.
  • A private sector service provider interested in providing septage
    collection or treatment services as a business opportunity.

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