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Second International Faecal Sludge Management Conference, Durban, South Africa, October 2012

This is a link to a playlist on youtube containing all filmed presentations of the Second International Faecal Sludge Management Conference, Durban, South Africa, October 2012

In total there are 46 videos available.

The videos available are:

- An overview of the FSM work of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (D. Koné, BMGF)
- Mechanical properties of faecal sludge (T. Velkushanova, Uni. of KwaZulu-Natal)
- The Uniloo approach to sanitation in Kumasi (A. Narracott, WSUP)
- Solar-driven thermal toilet with biochar production (Scott Summer, University of Colorado)
- Inactivation of helminth in a solar concentrator (Emily Woods, Georgia Institute of Technology)
- A unit operations approach for rapid disinfection of human waste (Y. Cheng, University of Toronto)
- Vortex bioreactors for the processing of FS and waste water (M. Allen, Plymouth Marine Lab.)
- Self-sustained e toilet for households / urban public sanitation (B. Baby, Eram Scientific S.)
- NEWgenerator membrane biotechnology for the recovery of nutrients... (D. Yeh, Uni. of South Florida)
- The microflush/biofil system: results of installations in Ghana (S. Mecca, Providence College)
- Five-toilet composting system array in peri-urban slums in Haiti (A. Larsen, Salt Lake City)
- Five-toilet composting system array in peri-urban slums in Haiti (A. Larsen, Salt Lake City)
- Incentivising sanitation through urine collection (Elizabeth Tilley, NADEL)
- VUNA: Nutrient harvesting from urine (Kai Udert, EAWAG)
- Model-based performance evaluation of the collection of source-separated urine (T. Hug, EAWAG)
- Nutrient recovery from urine: operation and optimization of reactors in eThekwini (Max Grau, UKZN)
- Senecio lyratipartitus extracts for hand disinfectants (A. Maradufu, Uni. Eastern Africa)
- Resource recovery from faecal sludge -- an elemental approach (K. Chandran, Columbia University)
- Effective sewage sanitation with low CO2 footprint (Marc Deshusses, Duke University)
- Enhanced anaerobic digestion for sanitation and energy recovery (T. Garoma, San Diego State Uni.)
- Self-mixing biogas generator (Tim Canter, Frontier Environmental Technology)
- Conversion of faecal sludge to liquid fuels (Leonardo de Silva Munoz, AI3D)
- Highly efficient microbe-mediated energy harvesting from wastewater...(A. Han, Texas A&M University)
- Energy production and sanitation using microbial fuel cells (I. Ieropoulos, Bristol Robotics Lab.)
- Fortified excreta pellets for agriculture (J. Nikiema and P. Drechsel, IWMI)
- A toilet system based on hydrothermal carbonization (S. Martin, University of Loughborough)
- Thermal processing of solid waste to biochar (B. von Herzen, The Climate Foundation)
- Reinventing the toilet at UKZN and Properties of Faecal Sludge (R. Cottingham, Uni. KwaZulu-Natal)
- Hygienic pit emptying with low cost auger pump (F. de los Reyes, North Carolina State University)
- Business models and technology designs for pit emptying services (S. Sugden, Water for People)
- Diversion for safe sanitation: a new approach to sanitation (Tove Larsen, EAWAG)
- The nano membrane toilet (Alison Parker, Cranfield University)
- The earth auger toilet: Innovation in waterless sanitation (Marcos Fioravanti, Fundación In Terris)
- Solar-powered approaches to wastewater and sludge treatment (C. Cid, California Uni of Technology)
- Accumulation rates of thickened bottom sludge (Thammarat Koottatep, AIT, Thailand)
- Breathable membrane enclosures for faecal sludge stabilization (S. Dentel, Uni. of Delaware)
- Superhydrophobic materials for FSM (Chunlei Guo, University of Rochester)
- Financially and culturally sustainable applications of Loowatt technology (Iain Purves, Loowatt)
- Plasma gasification for an off the grid sanitation solution (Laura Talsma, TU Delft)
- Metabolic engineering to convert anaerobic digestion wastes to biofuel (Y. Tang, Washington Uni)
- Treatment of faeces by viscous heating (G. Foutch, Oklahoma State University)
- Disinfection of faecal sludge with ammonia (T. Ogunyoku, Uni of California)
- A waterless toilet with electrochemical disinfection and biomass combustion (M. Mazibuko, Duke Uni.)
- The sustainable sanitation design concept for sludge treatment (K. Gjefle, SuSan Design)
- Simulating nutrient and energy fluxes (M. Schuetze, L. Campos, University College London)
- A simple, inexpensive solution - multi-use collection bag (J. Schneider, Laam Science)

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