2011 - 2015
UKZN (University of KwaZulu-Natal) »
Data acquisition and field support for sanitation projects
Phase 1 is about designing, prototyping, and evaluating a toilet system that can safely dispose of pollutants and recover valuable materials. The objective of phase 2 is to characterise physical and chemical properties of different excreta streams.
The Department of Urban Mater Management and Sanitation deals with theoretical, experimental and applied problems in the field of wastewater technology, capacity building, resources economy and integrated sanitation.
2014 - 2015
Population Services International »
Using performance-based contracting to build a pay-for-use sanitation market in Monrovia, Liberia
Analyzing the specific opportunities for private sector providers at all points in the sanitation value chain and assessing consumer willingness to pay for those services
Safe and effective use of resources in sewage and waste suitable for developing and middle income countries. Research includes nutrient recycling, protein produced from waste by black soldier fly larvae or worms, or compost technologies.