Published in: 2005
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What is an effective and efficient system to transport excreta from households to central treatment locations in a low-income area (Saboli) in Delhi, India? With experience in urban areas still being quite limited, there is a knowledge gap concerning the logistics of getting the matter from households to central treatment facilities and/or reuse locations. This study has therefore worked out a transport system for the collection and transport of excreta from the households in a specific urban community to farmers outside that specific city.
ISSUE Case Study
Slob, M. (2005). Logistic Aspects of Ecological Sanitation in Urban Areas - Case study in Low-Income Community in Delhi, India.
Asia & Pacific Case studies in other formats English Urban (entire city)
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