FSM4 Conference - Day 3, Track 2: Case Studies
Chennai, India


Published in: 2017

Publisher:
Conference; FSM; FSM4; Feacal Sludge Management

Author:
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.

Find below in chronological order the presentations held in Track 2: Case Studies on Wednesday 22 February 2017


Content - Summary

CASE STUDIES 3.1: Faecal Sludge Treatment

1. MUNANKAMI, R. et al.,“Lesson Learned on Faecal Sludge Treatment Plant over Passive Landfill Site”, Bangladesh

2. RAJBHANDARI, R.et al.,“ Faecal Sludge Treatment and Reuse in Emergencies: A Case Study from Mahalaxmi Municipality, Nepal”, Nepal

3. ROBBINS, D. et al.,“Co-treatment of Septage with Municipal Wastewater in Medium Sized Cities in Vietnam”, Vietnam


CASE STUDIES 3.2: Small FSM Businesses in the Market

1. LEONIDAS, D., Milinga, M.. “Management of Fecal Sludge (FS) by Private Entrepreneurs for a Sustainable Business Model”, Tanzania and USA

2. MUXIMPUA, O. et al.,“Emerging Lessons on FSM from Maputo, Mozambique”, Mozambique

3. BUSINGYE, J., “It’s not only the technology: Running a successful pit emptying business in Kampala, Uganda”, Uganda


CASE STUDIES 3.3: Coordinating FSM Service Providers

1. POTTER, A. et al.,“Successful Sludge Enterprises in Small Urban Centres in Zimbabwe”

2. DRABBLE, S. et al.,“Citywide coordination of the septage management market in Vizag, India”

3. SHARMA, D. ,“Desludging-Operators’ Association – Cesspool operator as key stakeholder in FSM policy”, India


Bibliographic information

Various authors (2017). FSM4 Conference - Day 3, Track 2: Case Studies - Chennai, India. Conference; FSM; FSM4; Feacal Sludge Management


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Case Studies 3.1.1 Munankami, R. et al. ( et alpdf) • Size: 5.02 MB


Case Studies 3.1.2 Rajbhandari, R. et al. ( et alpdf) • Size: 1.39 MB


Case Studies 3.1.3 Robbins, D. et al. ( et alpdf) • Size: 1.03 MB


Case Studies 3.2.1 Leonidas, D. (1 Leonidas Dpdf) • Size: 2.48 MB


Case Studies 3.2.2 Muximpua, O. et al. ( et alpdf) • Size: 1.03 MB


Case Studies 3.2.3 Busingye, J. (3 Busingye Jpdf) • Size: 2.04 MB


Case Studies 3.3.1 Potter, A. et al. ( et alpdf) • Size: 0.97 MB


Case Studies 3.3.2 Drabble, S. et al. ( et alpdf) • Size: 2.64 MB


Case Studies 3.3.3 Sharma, D. (3 Sharma Dpdf) • Size: 1.71 MB