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Recorded internet video discussions on various grants 04 Jul 2013 11:22 #4929

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This is to inform you all about the first recorded internet video discussion we have carried out recently (1 July 2013). More are planned for the next few months, with other groups of grantees.

See here on the SuSanA Youtube channel:



This included 4 Gates Foundation grantees working with biogas systems. The discussion took about one hour and was recorded using Adobe Connect. Hope you find it interesting.

It provides insights into the use of iron nano-particles to significantly increase methane production (70%), a method to create self-mixing in biogas digesters again to increase efficiency (30%), the addition of algal biomass (a source of alkalinity and carbon to increase biogas productivity), and floating low-cost and flood-proof digesters for communities in the Tonle Sap Lake area in Cambodia.

The four participants (grantees) were:

Toni Sánchez, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Increase of biogas production using low‐cost nano‐particles and production of sanitized compost from digested materials.
See transcript here: forum.susana.org/forum/categories/98-res...12&start=12#5046



Jianmin Wang, Frontier Environmental Technology, Rolla, Missouri, USA
Biogas Generator Powered by Self‐Sustaining Mixing Mechanism: to provide fuel for daily cooking, reduce waste discharge, improve hygiene.
See transcript here: forum.susana.org/forum/categories/98-res...12&start=12#5047



Temesgen Garoma, San Diego State University Foundation, San Diego, USA
Enhanced Anaerobic Digestion: A Sanitation and Energy Recovery Technology: The ModAD Process.
See transcript here: forum.susana.org/forum/categories/98-res...-university-usa#5144



Gabrielle McGill, Live & Learn Environmental Education, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Energy recovery & waste treatment with floating biodigesters: for human and animal waste treatment, gas production, and agricultural application in floating and flood‐affected areas.
See transript here (scrol to 26 July 2013): forum.susana.org/forum/categories/98-res...e-cambodia-llee#5171



The other four participants that you see in the webcam videos are myself as moderator, as well as Nelson Ekane, Kim Andersson and Elisabeth von Muench (we are all part of the project team to bring these grants into the open discussion forum).
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SuSanA-SEI webinars with BMGF grantees in 2013 (Number 1-4) 13 Sep 2013 16:46 #5624

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The following four grants were discussed in this second expert chat (overall topic: “Innovation in toilet designs and waste treatment technologies”) yesterday which we recorded for you:



(1)
Title of grant: The Toronto Toilet
Subtitle: Unit operations approach for rapid disinfection of human waste based on drying/smoldering of solid and sand filtration/uv disinfection of liquid waste.
Name of lead organization: University of Toronto
Primary contact at lead organization: Yu-Ling Cheng (PI) and Stephen Sauder (PM)
Grantee location: Toronto, Canada; London, Canada; Brisbane, Australia; Dhaka, Bangladesh
Developing country where the research is being or will be tested: Field trials in Bangladesh over the course of 2013 in three locations (Urban Slum and two Rural Villages outside of Dhaka)

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Link to thread on discussion forum about this grant: forum.susana.org/forum/categories/105-pr...o-usa-and-bangladesh

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Title of grant: Self Sustained eToilet with Sewage Treatment
Subtitle: Globally acceptable, water-conserving, hygienic and self-sustaining public toilets
Name of lead organization: Eram Scientific Solutions
Primary contact at lead organization: Bincy Baby and Ria John
Grantee location: Trivandrum, Kerala, India
Developing country where the research is being or will be tested: India



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Link to thread on discussion forum about this grant: forum.susana.org/forum/categories/105-pr...ram-scientific-india

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Title of grant: Diversion for safe sanitation
Subtitl: Flushable urine-diverting dry toilet with on-site wash water recycling embedded in a concept of transport logistics and treatment
Name of lead organization: Eawag (Switzerland) in cooperation with EOOS (Austria)
Primary contact at lead organization: Tove Larsen
Grantee location: Duebendorf, Switzerland
Developing country where the research is being tested: Uganda in 2013 and 2014



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Link to thread on discussion forum about this grant: forum.susana.org/forum/categories/106-us...tzerland-and-austria

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Title of grant: Effective Sewage Sanitation with Low CO2 Footprint
Name of lead organisation: Duke University
Grantee location: Durham, North Carolina, USA
Primary contact at lead organisation: Aaron Forbis-Stokes
Developing country where the research is being tested: Kenya (Eldoret)



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Link to thread on discussion forum about this grant: forum.susana.org/forum/categories/105-pr...m-north-carolina-usa
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Re: Sanitation Experts Webinar Stockholm Environment Institute Sept 12 2013 14 Sep 2013 15:05 #5637

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Hi,

Thank you for this great webinar. Congratulations to all for their advances.

Except for the Blue Diversion, we are left wondering what the user interface looks like down inside. Maybe this is due to proprietary concerns, but it would be great to see more ... and any user in the public trials could take photos anyway.

It would also be great to see what the Blue Diversion looks like at the users steps on the pedal ... and what the user can see as he or she looks down the poop hole.

The self-sealing container for feces is impressive, but it seems very small. What happens if it is used too many times before changing the container? Is there a signal that it is full and needs to be changed? How much does a full one weigh? Might it be a good idea to make it larger?

Did I hear right that chlorine is used to finish the treatment of the wash water in the Blue Diversion's wall? With the constant recycling, this would seem to select for chlorine-resistant strains of microbes that could be dangerous for the users. It would seem to be better to have a living and evolving "microbiome" in the wall, instead of depending on chemicals. This recycling is great for water conservation, but if I were a user I would prefer to "waste" a little water, which could irrigate and fertilize useful plants, distributed under the soil.

A couple of technical suggestions for this type of Webinar:
1) There were some moments in which 2 persons spoke at the same time and neither could be understood. Is it possible for the moderator to have to click on a participant to let them speak?
2) It would be great for the various presenters to be able to type into a live chat whenever they like so they can comment and ask questions without interrupting the audio. This would enrich the discussion.

I look forward to seeing more on all these designs.

Best wishes,
Chris Canaday
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Re: Sanitation Experts Webinar Stockholm Environment Institute Sept 12 2013 14 Sep 2013 16:27 #5638

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Hi Chris
Yes the toilet interfaces were not described in 3 of the presentations. Will try to get the authors to respond to this question. And we'll try to get an answer from EAWAG on the volume of the faecal cassette.

The interesting thing about this research is the process and function that is being developed. The hardware can take different forms depending on the level of affordability. The criteria for these grants was to keep to 5 cents per user per day as the capital and running costs. But this can go much lower if local materials are used for at least part of the equipment. Onsite single or grouped systems can be more flexible that way and made to perform to the most stringent treatment and reuse standards.

re the webinar technology - things work well as long as the participants stick with performing sound equipment they know how to use. Also a minimum amount of bandwidth is necessary. We had some bad luck with the internet connection with Kerala. The overlapping voices is an artifact which turned up in the online editing process and nothing that actually occurred in realtime. Adobe Connect does have a chat and hand sign function but once things are set up these are not normally necessary.

Streaming technology is another option that can also allow broader live participation but would require more preparation time and technicians.

Once we get a routine for this we can hold such recorded discussions much more often. Hope you and others will be signing up!

Best wishes
--Arno


Note be moderator (EvM): Further technical discussions on the different grants are being continued in the respective threads of the grants. For links to the four grants, see above in Arno's post from 13 Sept.
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Re: Sanitation Expert Chats (BMGF grantees) - Stockholm Environment Institute 19 Sep 2013 21:49 #5699

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Hi Everyone,
I work as the project manager for team Sanitation NoW! (No Water, No Waste, No Watts), which is a collaboration between the University of Toronto, University of Western Ontario, University of Queensland.

This was an interesting discussion and great to be a part of. In terms of our user interface... The paramount concern we have is ensuring the below the box technology and process work. We are building a domestic waste treatment plant, not just a toilet. Essentially doing for toilets what cell phones did for land lines. There are many challenges associated with this and as such our focus has been on mitigating these. In the slides provided you can see the shell of our toilet and over the course of the next month or two we will have more designed and built and can share the details of this part of our project as they emerge. If you have any other questions please don't hesitate to post a reply.

Cheers,

Steve


Note by moderator (EvM): for more in-depth discussions about the project of Yu-Ling and Steve, please post in this separate thread about this project:
forum.susana.org/forum/categories/105-pr...-and-bangladesh#4123
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Join The Live Recorded Expert Chat on Nov 7, 2013 at 17.00 (GMT+1) . We have 10 online seats available. 29 Oct 2013 15:28 #6195

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3rd Expert Chat/Webinar - Gates Foundation Sanitation Grants


Date: 7 November 2013 at 17:00 - 17:45 (GMT+1)

Dear all

This is to announce that the third expert chat will be held as a recorded webinar also open to a limited number of participants. We can accommodate 5 additional people with microphone rights (will require sound checks beforehand) and the rest will be audience.

The topic this time is “Innovative Sanitation Solutions for Urban Areas”. It is the third in a series this year with the aim to discuss the BMGF research grants, in the SuSanA Forum.

The three experts discussing their grants are:

1. Ayush Chauhan (Quicksand): Communal Sanitation Solutions for Urban Slums (Institute for Financial Management and Research, Chennai, India): forum.susana.org/forum/categories/97-ena...esearch-orissa-india

2. Sherina Munyana: Catalyzing Sanitation Businesses (Water for People, Uganda),
forum.susana.org/forum/categories/97-ena...-malawi-uganda-india



3. Kory Russel: Integrated Mobile Sanitation Solutions in Peri-urban Setting (Stanford, USA)
forum.susana.org/forum/categories/99-fae...nford-university-usa



Participants for this expert chat will be selected "first come, first served".
So, if you would like to be one of the 5 miked participants or audience please send a message to arno.rosemarin@sei-international.org ASAP and latest Nov 4.
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Sanitation Expert Chats (BMGF grantees) - Stockholm Environment Institute: 3rd Chat on 7 November 08 Nov 2013 19:27 #6312

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Dear all
Here is the recording of the 3rd webinar to discuss the Gates Foundation grantee projects. The topic this time was "Innovative Sanitation Solutions for Urban Areas":



Thank you to the presenters and participants! I hope you enjoy viewing it. Don't hesitate to ask any follow-up questions you may have.

The three papers given were as follows:

(1)

Video starts at at 2 min. 5s: youtu.be/gEpp_Ehpr3A?t=2m5s
Communal Sanitation Solutions for Urban Slums
Ayush Chauhan, Quicksand Design, Delhi

Location: Orissa, India
forum.susana.org/forum/categories/97-ena...ch-orissa-india#6432

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Video starts at 25 min. 45s: youtu.be/gEpp_Ehpr3A?t=25m45s
Catalyzing Sanitation Businesses
Sherina Munyana, Water for People, Uganda

Locations of research: Malawi, Uganda, Rwanda, India, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador
forum.susana.org/forum/categories/97-ena...12&start=12#6507

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Video starts at 56 min. 46 sec: youtu.be/gEpp_Ehpr3A?t=56m46s
Mobile Sanitation Services for Dense Urban Slums
Kory Russel, Stanford University, Stanford, USA

Location of research: With SOIL in Haiti
forum.susana.org/forum/categories/99-fae...12&start=24#6359

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Also participating in the discussion were the two grantees Mark Illian, Nature Healing Nature, USA and Francis de los Reyes III, NC State University (NCSU), USA. Also attending were Gerwin Janson, TU Delft, The Netherlands, and Angus McBride, Oxfam, UK.
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Re: Sanitation Expert Chats (BMGF grantees) - Stockholm Environment Institute: 3rd webinar on 7 November, recording now available 12 Nov 2013 00:39 #6341

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Hi,
thanks to all who participated (I missed it). It is worthwhile to invest the hour, especially as we tend not to look at the internet presentation but yes .. use days of travelling to get to a certain place to attend a seminar.

I would wish myself some more discussion, I found the short inputs very interesting.

An aspect which I did not see so clear up to know as a general problem. although we suffered from the same situation is… innovative concepts cannot be funded easily by governments (mentioned by Ayush Chauhan, Quicksand Design).
We had that situation in Lima wehn we proposed a dry sanitation model to the water provider SEDAPAL. The government cannot invest, if they are not sure that it solves the problem for this area for at least 15 years.

As I am a fan of dry sanitation models (not latrines), the model presented by Kory attracted me most, but… but in general the problems are all related. The main question is… how are we able to get a sustainable payment of the very poor for sanitation, to avoid system failure.

The aspect mentioned by Ayush Chauhan, Quicksand Design of a decreasing fee… the more you use, the cheaper gets the pay per use seemed very interesting to me.

The different approaches by water for people mentioned by Sherina Munyana, and especially the different experiences seemed a very valuable observation to me, not only the difference between rural and urban sanitation, but as well the differences in the “culture” between Africa, Asia and South America. Although I think in South America there is room for business models as X runner is currently experiencing in Lima, and we had the experience as well, that the people were willing to pay for their toilets. A problem is, that they developed bad habits – lots of NGO or as well government activities sending in latrines without payment, therefore the people are not willing to spend on something they could get for free (Why should they?). Therefore we put in a strong rule for our activities with a different qualtiy toilet... who does not pay part of the toilet structure, does not receive a toilet. It worked and still works out fine, but without any subsidy not possible. On the other hand, normal sanitation does not work without subsidy as well.

Just some thoughts and REALLY TAKE YOUR TIME TO ATTEND, it is worth it, it gives a lot of ideas to keep on thinking. Thanks again for organizing.

Yours
Christoph
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Re: Sanitation Expert Chats (BMGF grantees) - Stockholm Environment Institute: 3rd webinar on 7 November, recording now available 15 Nov 2013 11:56 #6394

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FW: forum announcement for webinar 4 18 Nov 2013 13:01 #6427

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Dear all,

We are happy to announce that the 4th Webinar with Gates Foundation sanitation grantees and SuSanA members will take place on:

Tuesday 26 November 2013, 16:30 - 17:15 (CET – Sweden time)

Topic: “Innovation in toilet designs and waste treatment technologies – Part 2”


This is the fourth webinar in a series this year with the aim to give increased exposure to the BMGF research grants, which are also discussed on the SuSanA Discussion Forum (see above for more information about these webinars and to see past recordings).

Agenda:

(16:00 – 16:30 Participants can start entering the room, last sound checks)

16:30 Recording starts
• Introduction by moderator, short introduction of participants (1 min.)
• Three presentations and questions (45 min. in total); each presentation is about 5 minutes long and is followed by around 10 minutes of questions (content of presentations: project objectives and timing, methods used, results and lessons learnt so far, way forward and open questions)

(1)
Nano Membrane Toilet (Cranfield University), Alison Parker
Previous discussion about it on the forum:
forum.susana.org/forum/categories/105-pr...nfield-university-uk



(2)
New concepts for on-site sanitation based on bio-additives and pit design (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine), Jeroen Ensink
Previous discussion about it on the forum:
forum.susana.org/forum/categories/105-pr...h-africa-and-vietnam



(3)
Sol-Char Toilet: Using Concentrated Solar Energy to Stabilize Fecal Waste and Produce a Valuable Soil Amendment (University of Colorado, Boulder, USA), Richard (Chip) Fisher and Ryan Mahoney
Previous discussion about it on the forum:
forum.susana.org/forum/categories/105-pr...l-amendment-colorado



• Concluding remarks (1 min.)

17:15 End of webinar


Attendance at this webinar is open to any SuSanA member or interested people (your attendance will be with or without microphone rights and video, depending on the number of people as well as your bandwidth).

Once recorded, the webinar will be put online on the SuSanA Youtube channel (www.youtube.com/user/susanavideos) after some basic editing - see also links to previous recordings above.

During the webinar, people in the audience can also use the chat function of Adobe Connect to ask questions.

There is no need to download any software to attend (simply go to this website: connect.sunet.se/arno/). However, you must obtain the password to enter the room. To obtain the password, please e-mail myself or e-mail Elisabeth von Muench, the organiser of this webinar: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Some possible questions that may be discussed:
  • In terms of designing practical and implementable sanitation systems can you see your system being used on a day to day basis in the future? (in which setting or context and by whom)
  • How do you see the operation and maintenance scheme?
  • What social and institutional aspects are relevant to examine before scaling up?
  • What are the hygiene aspects, e.g. regarding containment and treatment?
  • What is done with the products (e.g. sludge), reuse or disposal?
  • In terms of the different business models (inclusive technology option, distribution scheme, operation and maintenance scheme), how do you estimate potential for up-scaling in the future and in which settings?
  • What can you tell us about the capital costs and the operation and maintenance costs of the tested technologies/schemes?

Regards,
Arno & Elisabeth

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Re: FW: forum announcement for webinar 4 20 Nov 2013 15:28 #6464

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You are most welcome to be an active audience participant in the 4th webinar that we are hosting next Tuesday 26 November at 16:30 (GMT+1) (for details scroll upwards).

Time converter to your local time: www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime...&p1=83&am=45

Book your spot in the audience now! First come, first served in terms of audio and video rights. You can also participate via chat.

No need for any software, simply go to this website: connect.sunet.se/arno/. To obtain the password to enter the meeting room, please contact me by clicking the CONTACT button to the left or e-mail Elisabeth von Muench, the organiser of this webinar: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Looking forward to meeting you there. This is a great opportunity for both new or experienced researchers to find out about cutting-edge research in this field. The meeting will be recorded and uploaded to You Tube.

Regards,
Arno Rosemarin/SEI
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Re: FW: forum announcement for webinar 4 27 Nov 2013 12:07 #6564

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Hello all,

Here is the recording of the 4th webinar organised by Stockholm Environment Institute on Nov 26, 2013 to discuss three of the BMGF sanitation grantees as described above.
We were thrilled to have so many other grantees in the audience, you can see them with their webcams in the link below.



youtu.be/5BSbcB1H4kQ

Content of the video:

Tuesday 26 November 2013, 16:30 - 17:30

Topic: “Innovation in toilet designs and waste treatment technologies – Part 2”

This was the fourth webinar in a series this year with the aim to give increased exposure to the BMGF research grants, which are also discussed on the SuSanA Discussion Forum (see above for more information about these webinars and to see past recordings).

Presentations:

(1)
Nano Membrane Toilet (Cranfield University), Alison Parker
A write-up about the presentation is available here on the forum:
forum.susana.org/forum/categories/105-pr...12&start=24#6662
Her presentation starts exactly here in the video:
youtu.be/5BSbcB1H4kQ?t=3m32s

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New concepts for on-site sanitation based on bio-additives and pit design (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine), Jeroen Ensink
Previous discussion about it on the forum, including now the write-up from the presentation:
forum.susana.org/forum/categories/105-pr...12&start=12#6680
His presentation starts exactly here in the video:
youtu.be/5BSbcB1H4kQ?t=19m46s

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Sol-Char Toilet: Using Concentrated Solar Energy to Stabilize Fecal Waste and Produce a Valuable Soil Amendment (University of Colorado, Boulder, USA), Richard (Chip) Fisher and Ryan Mahoney
Previous discussion about this project on the forum, including now the write-up from the presentation:
forum.susana.org/forum/categories/105-pr...ni-colorado-usa#6605
Their presentation starts exactly here in the video:
youtu.be/5BSbcB1H4kQ?t=38m29s

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Thanks once again to the presenters and to the active audience who asked so many good questions!

In the video you will also recognise the following other grantees and BMGF staff who took part by using their webcams:
Laura Talsma (Climate Foundation, USA), Daniel Yeh with 4 students (Uni South Florida, USA), Chuck Henry (Fundación In Terris, Ecuador), Marc Deshusses (Duke Uni., USA), Luiza Campos (University College London, UK), Dipika Ailani and Roshan Shrestha (BMGF, WSH Team).


Regards,
Arno & Elisabeth


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Note: Information about further webinars (from number 5 onwards) is available in this thread: forum.susana.org/forum/categories/139-ge...-on-25-feb-2014#6746
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