The Institute of Sanitary Engineering and Water Pollution Control of the Department of Water, Atmosphere and Environment at BOKU in Austria is emphasising an integrated approach in a wide range of disciplines, e. g. sustainable water management.
The Department of Urban Mater Management and Sanitation deals with theoretical, experimental and applied problems in the field of wastewater technology, capacity building, resources economy and integrated sanitation.
Project ongoing since: 2012
Banka BioLoo Pvt Ltd »
Bio-digester Toilets: Sustainable Solution to India's Sanitation Challenge
The bio-toilet consists of an easy to install super-structure, a multi-chambered matriced bio-tank that holds the bacterial culture and supports the treatment of human waste.
2017 - 2019
University of South Florida
Durban, SA Reinvented Toilet field demonstration: Anaerobic membrane bioreactor (NEWgenerator) for onsite sanitation and wastewater recycling - Acceleration Strategy
Field testing of two anaerobic membrane bioreactor units in South Africa
2011 - 2017
Asian Institute of Technology »
Sustainable decentralized wastewater management in developing countries: design, operation, and monitoring
Reinventing innovative decentralized systems and technologies for full or partial treatment, and disposal of human excreta and wastewater from dwellings and businesses in Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam.
2010 - 2015
Swiss Federal Institute for Aquatic Science and Technology »
ESRISS: Egyptian-Swiss Research on Innovations in Sustainable Sanitation
To develop decision-making tools and strategies for the scaling up of small-scale sanitation systems
Developing water, sludge and solid waste services in Temeke municipality through building entrepreneurship skills of service providers, developing appropriate technologies and setting up financing mechanisms to enable the enterprises to be profitable.
2013 - 2018
Asian Development Bank
Sanitation Financing Partnership Trust Fund under the Water Financing Partnership Facility (WFPF)
Contributing to a healthier, more productive urban poor in Asia through supporting innovations in policies, business models, and technologies for sanitation and septage management services
2014 - 2017
National Office of Electricity and Water
Expanding access to sanitation for unsewered communities in Morocco
To develop an innovative and appropriate sanitation system for small communities in the MENA region through experimentation and dissemination
2016 - 2019
Consortium for DEWATS Dissemination Society »
Establishing specialized technical support and field research center for FSM and non-sewered sanitation
To provide technical support to governments and sanitation sector partners, to design, build and operate end-to-end faecal sludge management systems
2016 - 2017
Project owner: a private person (not an organisation)
Eco-Green Environment: Kafr el-sheikh for water and waste water treatment
To build a wastewater treatment plant
Project ongoing since: 2011
Triple E s.a.r.l
Building compact decentralised wastewater treatment plants - MBR (membrane bioreactor)
An opportunity for a decentralized organization, a highly evolutionary and sustainable solution for the sewage system
2011 - 2016
IHE Delft Institute for Water Education »
Stimulating local innovation on sanitation for the urban poor in Sub‐Saharan Africa and South‐East Asia
Postgraduate research projects in the fields of smart sanitation provision for slums, emergency sanitation, resource oriented decentralized sanitation, low cost wastewater collection and treatment, faecal sludge management
2013 - 2016
Institute for Sustainable Futures - University of Technology Sydney »
Effective governance for the successful long-term operation of community scale air limbah systems
Research to improve successful long term service delivery from community scale sanitation service systems in Indonesia by focusing on governance.
To design a new programmatic infrastructure and physical structure that instills a sense of dignity while addressing issues affecting sanitation practices and encouraging community members to stop open-defecating.
2011 - 2015
University of KwaZulu-Natal »
Data acquisition and field support for sanitation projects
Phase 1 is about designing, prototyping, and evaluating a toilet system that can safely dispose of pollutants and recover valuable materials. The objective of phase 2 is to characterise physical and chemical properties of different excreta streams.
This project will design and fabricate five identical closed loop flush toilet systems, for field testing in developing world locations without adequate sanitation.
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