Published in: 2009
Report of a study for GTZ Kenya (EcoSan Promotion Project)
This paper is a follow up of an artisan training course on the construction of UDDTs (Urine Diversion Dehydration toilets) in Ugunja (Kenya) on 11 -12 February 2009. During that workshop, experiences of two years of construction (approx. 250 UDDTs, 5000 beneficiaries) with emphasis on improving construction quality, cost reductions and updating ills of quantity were exchanged.
The objective of this paper is to identify different UDDT cost optimizations with respect to the construction materials and bills of quantity (BOQ). Optimization and cost estimates are based upon the assessment of various designs of UDDTs. This study is an internal paper for the Kenyan EcoSan Promotion Project.
Blume, S. (2009). Cost optimization of single door UDDTs in Kenya. Report of a study for GTZ Kenya (EcoSan Promotion Project)
English Rural Sub-Saharan Africa Urine diversion dehydration toilets (UDDTs)
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