Published in: 2007
Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology (EAWAG). Duebendorf, Switzerland
Zurbrügg, C., Tilley, E.
This task group was devoted to the assessment of the existing low conventional sanitation options and the innovative sanitation technologies. All the feasible technologies available were evaluated using the criteria designed in WP1, based on the existing applications in Africa and other relevant developing countries.
Netssaf is a coordination action sponsored by the European Commission with its objectives including the coordination and integration of current scientific researchers and technological innovations in Africa.
Zurbrügg, C., Tilley, E. (2007). Evaluation of existing low cost conventional as well as innovative sanitation system and technologies - NETSSAF deliverable D22&23. Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology (EAWAG). Duebendorf, Switzerland
English Guidelines and manuals Peri-urban Sanitation systems and technology options (WG4) Sub-Saharan Africa
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