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Sanitation Challenge Conference in Wageningen, Netherlands - Conference materials

Various Authors (2008)

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The Sanitation Challenge Conference was deliberately aimed to create a dialogue between civil, process, agricultural and environmental engineers; urban planners, sociologists, economists, and political scientists who are involved in international sanitation research and implementation. It took place in Wageningen, the Netherlands from 19. to 21. May 2008.

Furthermore, this conference tried to bridge the gap between sanitation research and demonstration in the ‘North’ and in the ‘South’. Among others, the conference wanted to be a platform to present the findings of the ‘Decentralized Sanitation and Reuse’ (DESAR) project performed in the Netherlands from 2001-2007, financed by EET and STOWA and those of a sanitation and urban infrastructure research project in East Africa (PROVIDE).

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Plenary opening session - Kropff

Plenary opening session - Zeeman

Plenary session - Lettinga

Plenary session - Otterpohl

Plenary closing session - Spaargaren en Van Lier

Transitions towards developing sustainable urban environmental infrastructures in East Africa

Multidimensional gap analysis to diagnose innovation adoption in the sanitation sector of LDCs

Evaluating various sanitation system alternatives for urban areas by multi criteria analysis-case study of Accra, Ghana

A tool to support the planning of closed-loop environmental sanitation systems

Implementation of new sanitation concepts in a city scale - finding long-term strategies by mathematical optimisation

A flowstream approach for sustainable sanitation systems

Design of a district water and wastewater system under the concepts of DESAR and water metabolism

Modern sanitation for the developed world: an example for new areas

Interactions of urban form and source-separating sanitation technologies

Social marketing for sanitation improvement in Kampala, Uganda

Financing sanitation in sub-saharan Africa … is a local challenge

Sanitation provision in urban centres of Uganda

Reconsidering urban sewer and treatment facilities in east Africa as interplay of Material Flows, Sanitary Networks and Space Demands

Decentralised sanitation and reuse - assessment of the viability of decentralised sanitation and waste water reuse in existing cities

A learning and decision methodology for drainage and sanitation improvement in unplanned areas in developing cities

Faecal sludge management in Accra, Ghana: problems facing urban provision

Three Pillars of Sustainability: a framework for provision of water and sanitation in rural Africa

Perceptions of sustainability: planning sanitation projects in West Africa

Role of farmers in improving the sustainability of sanitation systems

Sense and sanitation

Wastewater Governance: A Challenge for Environmental Engineers

User acceptance of vacuum toilets and grey water systems in The Netherlands, Norway and Germany

The sustainable transformation of sanitary systems: an end-user perspective

Perception of water, sanitation and health – a case study from the Mekong Delta, Vietnam

Separated grey- and blackwater treatment by the Komplett water recycling system. A possibility to close domestic water cycle

Sanitation now - what is good practice and what is poor practice?

Characteristics of source-separated household wastewater flows – a statistical assessment

Waste water as a resource for sustainable sanitation in West Africa : an example of integrated treatment

Vacuum sewerage and grey water treatment: experience of 8 years of operation

Decentralized waste water reclamation systems in Beijing: adoption and performance under field conditions

Ecosan demonstration project: GTZ headquarter, Germany

Sanitation concepts and knowledge gaps, Key-note presentation

Nutrient recovery from black water from a Dutch perspective

Source Separation, Treatment and composting of human excreta for soil enrichment, pesticides, economic and social empowerment: Experience and practice

The challenge to treat concentrated black water

Nitrification of faecal sludge liquor using pilot scale intermittent sand filters in Dakar, Senegal

Peepoo bag - self-sanitising, single use, biodegradable toilet

Biological treatment of grey water: comparison of three systems

Anaerobic-aerobic treatment of grey water; continuous and batch operations

Decentralised treatment of high strength sewage in UASB and Anaerobic-Hybrid septic tanks

Challenging conventional sanitation options for health care units

Biodegradability of pharmaceuticals in biological systems treating source separated wastewater streams

Fate of Pathogens in tomato plants and soil irrigated with secondary treated wastewater Maha

Control of Enteric Bacteria in Source-Separated Human Urine

Vitens – Evides International – sustainable water services Veenstra

DeSaR-project

Safi Sana: public watsan service blocks sanitation is (should be) business - sitting down while money grows

Sanitation in developing countries: a bussiness opportunity?

Sustainability of sanitation programmes in Uganda

Social and spatial challenges facing sanitation

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Various Authors (2008). Sanitation Challenge Conference in Wageningen, Netherlands - Conference materials.

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Plenary opening session - Kropff

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Plenary opening session - Zeeman

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Plenary session - Lettinga

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Plenary session - Otterpohl

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Plenary closing session - Spaargaren en Van Lier

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Transitions towards developing sustainable urban environmental infrastructures in East Africa

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Multidimensional gap analysis to diagnose innovation adoption in the sanitation sector of LDCs

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Evaluating various sanitation system alternatives for urban areas by multi criteria analysis-case study of Accra, Ghana

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A tool to support the planning of closed-loop environmental sanitation systems

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Implementation of new sanitation concepts in a city scale - finding long-term strategies by mathematical optimisation

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A flowstream approach for sustainable sanitation systems

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Design of a district water and wastewater system under the concepts of DESAR and water metabolism

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Size: 4.17 MB

Modern sanitation for the developed world: an example for new areas

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Size: 0.5 MB

Interactions of urban form and source-separating sanitation technologies

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Size: 0.32 MB

Social marketing for sanitation improvement in Kampala, Uganda

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Size: 0.69 MB

Financing sanitation in sub-saharan Africa … is a local challenge

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Size: 0.48 MB

Sanitation provision in urban centres of Uganda

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Size: 0.61 MB

Reconsidering urban sewer and treatment facilities in east Africa as interplay of Material Flows, Sanitary Networks and Space Demands

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Size: 0.68 MB

Decentralised sanitation and reuse - assessment of the viability of decentralised sanitation and waste water reuse in existing cities

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Size: 5.81 MB

A learning and decision methodology for drainage and sanitation improvement in unplanned areas in developing cities

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Size: 0.44 MB

Faecal sludge management in Accra, Ghana: problems facing urban provision

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Size: 0.64 MB

Three Pillars of Sustainability: a framework for provision of water and sanitation in rural Africa

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Size: 6.87 MB

Perceptions of sustainability: planning sanitation projects in West Africa

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Size: 1.12 MB

Role of farmers in improving the sustainability of sanitation systems

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Size: 2.3 MB

Sense and sanitation

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.79 MB

Wastewater Governance: A Challenge for Environmental Engineers

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.53 MB

User acceptance of vacuum toilets and grey water systems in The Netherlands, Norway and Germany

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.87 MB

The sustainable transformation of sanitary systems: an end-user perspective

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.83 MB

Perception of water, saniitatiion and heallth – a case study from the Mekong Dellta, Vietnam

Format: pdf file
Size: 1.45 MB

Separated grey- and blackwater treatment by the Komplett water recycling system. A possibility to close domestic water cycle

Format: pdf file
Size: 1.34 MB

Sanitation now - what is good practice and what is poor practice?

Format: pdf file
Size: 3.55 MB

Characteristics of source-separated household wastewater flows – a statistical assessment

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.58 MB

Waste water as a resource for sustainable sanitation in West Africa : an example of integrated treatment

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.53 MB

Vacuum sewerage and grey water treatment: experience of 8 years of operation

Format: pdf file
Size: 8.93 MB

Decentralized waste water reclamation systems in Beijing: adoption and performance under field conditions

Format: pdf file
Size: 2.96 MB

Ecosan demonstration project: GTZ headquarter, Germany

Format: pdf file
Size: 7.35 MB

Sanitation concepts and knowledge gaps, Key-note presentation

Format: pdf file
Size: 7.63 MB

Nutrient recovery from black water from a Dutch perspective

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.88 MB

Source Separation, Treatment and composting of human excreta for soil enrichment, pesticides, economic and social empowerment: Experience and practice

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.46 MB

The challenge to treat concentrated black water

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.4 MB

Nitrification of faecal sludge liquor using pilot scale intermittent sand filters in Dakar, Senegal

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.39 MB

Peepoo bag - self-sanitising, single use, biodegradable toilet

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.37 MB

Biological treatment of grey water: comparison of three systems

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.77 MB

Anaerobic-aerobic treatment of grey water; continuous and batch operations

Format: pdf file
Size: 2.55 MB

Decentralised treatment of high strength sewage in UASB and Anaerobic-Hybrid septic tanks

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.49 MB

Challenging conventional sanitation options for health care units

Format: pdf file
Size: 2.12 MB

Biodegradability of pharmaceuticals in biological systems treating source separated wastewater streams

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.45 MB

Fate of Pathogens in tomato plants and soil irrigated with secondary treated wastewater Maha

Format: pdf file
Size: 2.02 MB

Control of Enteric Bacteria in Source-Separated Human Urine

Format: pdf file
Size: 0.21 MB

Vitens – Evides International – sustainable water services Veenstra

Format: pdf file
Size: 1.11 MB

DeSaR-project

Format: pdf file
Size: 1.47 MB

Safi Sana: public watsan service blocks sanitation is (should be) business - sitting down while money grows

Format: pdf file
Size: 2.31 MB

Sanitation in developing countries: a bussiness opportunity?

Format: pdf file
Size: 4.64 MB

Sustainability of sanitation programmes in Uganda

Format: pdf file
Size: 1.32 MB

Social and spatial challenges facing sanitation

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Size: 4.39 MB

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