Published in: 2014
Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), Stockholm, Sweden
de los Reyes, F.
Stockholm Environment Institute
"Adding missing links in sanitation value chains" - a discussion with three Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation grantees. Hosted by: Stockholm Environment Institute and the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA) on 29 April 2018.
This webinar has been recorded in 5 parts. This video clip contains Part 1, which is an introduction by Arno Rosemarin. To watch part 2-5 please go to links below.
Moderator: Nelson Ekane (SEI)
Sub-topic within the webinar:
1) Is a power auger "Excrevator" a suitable tool to empty pit latrines in South Africa and septic tanks in India?
2) A compact water recycling and energy harvesting system for off-grid public toilets in low-income urban areas: The NEWgenerator anaerobic membrane bioreactor ready for field testing in India
3) Community-scale facility to process faeces and faecal sludge into safe biochar by pyrolysis -- field testing this year with Sanergy in Nairobi
de los Reyes, F. (2014). 7th SEI Webinar: Adding missing links in sanitation value chains. Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), Stockholm, Sweden
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