Documents about the design of decentralised treatment facilities - GIZ's water sector reform programme in Kenya

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Key documents for Category 1 "Design and Technologies" (Decentralised Treatment Facilities)

Dear all,

key documents about the design and technologies of decentralised treatment facilities produced in the context of GIZ's water sector reform programme are available in the SuSanA library:
www.susana.org/en/resources/library/details/2448

The library entry contains the following documents:
  • DTF Design Adaption Manual (pdf) • Size: 3.06 MB
  • DTF Construction Manual (pdf) • Size: 11.26 MB
  • DTF BoQ (xlsx) • Size: 0.22 MB
  • DTF 3D simulation (pdf) • Size: 0.21 MB
  • DTF Structural Drawings of Modules (pdf) • Size: 10.12 MB

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Re: Key documents for Category 1 "Design and Technologies" (Decentralised Treatment Facilities)

Examples of Decentralised Treatment Facility (DTF) in Kenya with the UBSUP (Up-scaling Basic Sanitation for Urban Poor) project implemented by GIZ and WSTF (see SuSanA forum post here )

Nakuru DTF that comprises of: a Receiving Bay / Balancing tank (RBBT), a biodigester/expansion chamber and a Anaerobic Baffled Reactor (ABR).

To be noted, the DTF in Nakuru was part of the pilot phase of the UBSUP project and therefore is quite different from the design currently implemented. The DTF being located within a conventional waste water treatement site, the treated effluent from the ABR is discharged into a treatment pond. For that reason the DTF doesn't include any tertiary treatment module.

Alexandra Dubois

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