Published in: 2008
Master thesis at University Stuttgart, Germany
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Ecological sanitation technologies provide onsite solutions for improved sanitation, for reduction in the use of water and for improving soil fertility naturally. These technologies aim at closing the loop of different materials involved in sanitation by recycling them. However a sustainable sanitation technology is one which is technically suitable, economically viable, environmentally friendly, hygienic and socially acceptable. In this endeavor this master thesis aims at conducting a feasibility study on sanitation technologies which can be adopted for an orphanage in Sarangada, Orissa, India for a sustainable development. Based on this evaluation this master thesis intends to provide recommendation to the decision makers on the most feasible sustainable sanitation technology option for the Orphanage.
Ingle, R. (2008). New toilets for orphanage: A feasibility study of sanitation technologies for an orphanage in rural Orissa, India. Master thesis at University Stuttgart, Germany
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