FSM4 Conference - Day 1, Track 1: Research
Chennai, India


Published in: 2017

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Various authors


FSM4 was held in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, where the State Government has recently initiated measures to address FSM with regard to policy, regulatory changes, innovative solutions, and pilots. FSM4 focused on innovative and practical solutions that can be scaled up, including three tracks: research, case studies, and industry & exhibition.

Below you find the presentations held in track 1: Research on Monday 20 February 2017 in chronological order.


Content - Summary

Research 1.1: Integrated Processes – I

1. HOFFMANN, M. et al., “Development of Integrated Reactor Systems for the Combined Biological and Electrochemical Treatment of Faecal-Sludge and Wastewater Without Discharge to the Environment”, USA

2. JIMENEZ, I. et al., “Urine-tricity Project”, UK

3. SALMON, B. et al., “Market Insights for The Reinvented Toilet”, India

4. BAIR, R. et al., “India Field Testing of an Integrated Sanitation Platform with ElectronicPublic Toilet (eToilet) and Off-grid Anaerobic Membrane Bioreactor (NEWgenerator™)”, USA


Research 1.2: Economics & Business – I

1. MEHTA, M. et al., “Financing Citywide FSM Services”, India

2. MILLS, Fr. et al., “Increasing Institutional and Regulatory Support for Private Sector”, Australia

3. BERENDES, D. et al., “Sanitation Credits: A New Financing Model to Scale Investment in Fecal Sludge Management”, USA

4. KOOTTATEP, T. et al., “Financial Feasibility Analysis for FSM business in Thailand”, Thailand


Research 1.3: Design & Evalutation

1. PHILIP, L. et al., “Performance Evaluation of DRDO Based Anaerobic Biodigesters for Blackwater Treatment”, India

2. MCWHIRTER, M. et al., “Design of Sludge Treatment Facilities in Indonesia: Learning from the Past to Design a Better Future”, India

3. NARTYE, E. et al., “Technological Options For Fecal Sludge Pelletization In Ghana”, Ghana

4. WOOLLEY, S. et al., “SASTEP: Lessons Learnt from Phase I of the SASTEP EarthAuger Demonstration in South Africa”, South Africa


Research 1.4: Thermal Processing & Biochar

1. HALLOWELL, B. et al., “Carbon Neutral Electrical Generation from Human Solid Waste: Developing the Energy Balance and Identifying Suitable Electrical Generation Solutions Capable of Harnessing Thermal Energy”, USA

2. FOUTCH, G. et al., “Temperature and Shear Rate Dependent Viscosity Model for Feces Simulant and Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis of a High-Throughput Viscous Heater to Process Feces”, USA

3. CHENG, Y. et al., “Smouldering and Catalytic Conversion for Fecal Treatment”, Canada

4. BOHNERT, K. et al., ”Continual Flow Heat Treatment System for Container-based
Toilets”, Kenya


Research 1.5: Economics & Business – II

1. TSEPHEL, S., Isha, D., “Scalability of underground drainage and faecal sludge management :- a financial perspective from India”, India

2. WATSON, P. et al., “Determining the Economically Optimal Capacity of a Decentralized Faecal Sludge Treatment Plant”, USA

3. KITA, A. et al., “Sub Saharan Africa Stakeholder Perspectives and Early Thoughts on Macro Business Model Implications”, USA


Research 1.6: Characterisation & Quantification of FS – I

1. MEHTA, M. et al., “San Benchmarks: Citywide Assessment of Sanitation Service Delivery – Including On-Site Sanitation”, India

2. VELKUSHANOVA, K. et al., “Development and Testing of Faecal Sludge Simulants”, South Africa

3. STRANDE, L., “Engineering Design Approach for Selection and Design of Treatment Technologies”, Switzerland

4. DE LOS REYES, F. et al., “Linking Microbial Communities to Degradation Processes Occurring in a VIP and Pour-Flush Latrines”, USA

4. SUGDEN, S., “Strategies and lessons for achieving scale in Sanitation”, USA


Bibliographic information

Various authors (2017). FSM4 Conference - Day 1, Track 1: Research - Chennai, India.


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Research 1.1.1. Hoffmann (pdf) • Size: 6.28 MB


Research 1.1.2. Jimenez (pdf) • Size: 2.97 MB


Research 1.1.3. Salmon (pdf) • Size: 2.11 MB


Research 1.1.4. Bair (pdf) • Size: 4.37 MB


Research 1.2.1. Mehta (pdf) • Size: 4.09 MB


Research 1.2.2. Mills (pdf) • Size: 1.01 MB


Research 1.2.3. Berendes (pdf) • Size: 0.61 MB


Research 1.2.4. Koottatep (pdf) • Size: 2.45 MB


Research 1.3.1. Philip (pdf) • Size: 6.77 MB


Research 1.3.2. McWhirter (pdf) • Size: 4.71 MB


Research 1.3.3. Nartyee (pdf) • Size: 1.47 MB


Research 1.3.4. Woolley (pdf) • Size: 3.76 MB


Research 1.4.1. Hallowell (pdf) • Size: 15.45 MB


Research 1.4.2. Foutch (pdf) • Size: 1.07 MB


Research 1.4.3. Cheng (pdf) • Size: 1.56 MB


Research 1.4.4. Bohnert (pdf) • Size: 1.1 MB


Research 1.5.1. Tsephel (pdf) • Size: 0.55 MB


Research 1.5.2. Watson (pdf) • Size: 1.06 MB


Research 1.5.3. Kita (pdf) • Size: 1.41 MB


Research 1.5.4. Sudgen (pdf) • Size: 0.57 MB


Research 1.6.1. Mehta (pdf) • Size: 2.46 MB


Research 1.6.2. Velkushanova (pdf) • Size: 1.05 MB


Research 1.6.3. Strande (pdf) • Size: 2.51 MB


Research 1.6.4. De los Reyes (pdf) • Size: 1.85 MB