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Germer, J. (2009). Urine-diversion vacuum sanitation system Beijing, China - Case study of sustainable sanitation projects. Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA). [516.03 KB]

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This case study is a project to introduce vacuum urine-diverting sewerage system at an university building in Beijing, China. The project was implemented in a 9 storey building …

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Winker, M., Saadoun, A. (2011). Urine and brownwater separation at GTZ main office building Eschborn, Germany - Case study of sustainable sanitation projects. Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA). [661.57 KB]

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This case study is about a demonstration project in the headquarters of GTZ in Eschborn, Germany. The project consists of 50 urine-diversion flush toilets, 23 waterless urinals and …

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Oldenburg, M., Werner, C., Schlick, J., Klingel, F. (2009). Urban urine diversion and greywater treatment system Linz, Austria - Case study of sustainable sanitation projects. Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA). [1.89 MB]

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This case study discusses a medium-scale pilot project in a new urban area in Linz, Austria. The project serves 250 inhabitants in 88 flats and 270 school pupils. It was developed …

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Austin, L.M., Duncker, L.C., Matsebe, G.N., Phasha, M.C., Cloete, T.E. (2005). Ecological Sanitation Literature Review. WRC. [2.25 MB]

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This literature review forms part of the Water Research Commission project “Strategy for the furtherance of knowledge and good practice of ecological sanitation (ecosan) …

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Johansson, M. (2000). Urine Separation - Closing the Nutrient Cycle. Stockholm Water Company, Stockholm, Sweden. [3.28 MB]

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This report presents the present state of knowledge about urine-separating toilets and systems for the recirculation of urine as an agricultural fertiliser. It is aimed at a broad …

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Austin, A. (2003). Ecosan: An unsuccessful sanitation scheme at a rural school - Lessons learned from the project failure. [574.64 KB]

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Emzamweni High School is a rural educational institution in South Africa that serves a number of low-income communities. Sanitation was a badly neglected aspect, with the …

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WSTF (2009). Public Sanitation Block, Kenya - To cater for 500 - 1000 people a day. Water Services Trust Fund (WSTF). [962.91 KB]

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Planning institution: Water Services Trust Fund (WSTF) …

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Peter-Fröhlich,A. , Bonhomme, A., Oldenburg, M. (2006). Sanitation Concepts for Separate Treatment of Urine, Faeces and Greywater (SCST) - Results. Berlin Centre of Competence for Water. [4.61 MB]

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The main goal of this SCST-project was to develop new sustainable sanitation concepts which have significant advantages in relation to ecological as well as to economical aspects …

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Petersens, E. (2001). Market Survery - Extremely Low Flush Toilets - Plus Urine Diverting Toilets and Urinals for Collection of Black Water and/or Urine. SwedEnviro and WRS Water Revival Systems Uppsala AB. [1.11 MB]

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The interest in low flush toilets and blackwater systems for single family homes, as well as for blocks of flats, has in recent years increased among homeowners and in the …

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Remy, C., Ruhland, A. (2006). Ecological assessment of alternative sanitation concepts with Life Cycle Assessment. Final report for subtask 5 of the demonstration project “Sanitation Concepts for Separate Treatment of Urine, Faeces and Greywater“ (SCST), Technical University Berlin, Germany. [1.5 MB]

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The goal of this study is the identification of ecological advantages and disadvantages of alternative sanitation systems in comparison to conventional wastewater treatment. The …

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