Published in: 2011
35th WEDC Conference, 6-8 July 2011, Loughborough University, UK
Abraham, B. et al.
We discuss the potential to scale-up initiatives by providing increased technical back-up support to users, greater linkages with community-led total sanitation and with income generation initiatives via higher agricultural yields. In the context of growing urbanisation and hydro-geological challenges, this paper highlights that “ecosan technologies” (such as UDDTs) can be a suitable technical solution where pit-based toilets are impossible to be implemented sustainably.
Abraham, B. et al. (2011). Alternative solutions for challenging environments: A look at UNICEF-assisted ecosan Projects worldwide. 35th WEDC Conference, 6-8 July 2011, Loughborough University, UK
English Sub-Saharan Africa
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