The project aims to support improved O&M services for decentralized urban sanitation infrastructure in one city in Karnataka.
The project seeks to develop government and private sector capacity to address the absence of professional, and an enabling environment to provide professional O&M services for urban sanitation infrastructure,especially for decentralised and onsite wastewater treatment systems.
Support city governments to implement O&M related recommendations of relevant policies and advisory notes such as the septage management advisory note for decentralized sanitation infrastructure.
Help improve the overall effectiveness and efficiency of O&M services for decentralized urban sanitation infrastructure.
Disseminate knowledge of new approaches to O&M of decentralized urban sanitation infrastructure to non-targeted cities.
Research or implementation partners:
CDD Society, Bangalore
Asia & Pacific Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Decentralised wastewater treatment (e.g. DEWATS) Emptying and transport (non sewered) Faecal sludge treatment processes International NGO Operation, maintenance and sustainable services Peri-urban Political processes and institutional aspects Practitioners Product design and engineering Specific to one or several countries Treatment of wastewater or greywater Urban (entire city)
Bremen Overseas Research and Development Association
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