Sanitation systems
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Sanitation systems

The focus in this categories is on technologies required along the sanitation chains - primarily toilets, transport and treatment (but not reuse as this is in a separate category called "Resource recovery").
This includes anything to do with (wet) faecal sludge collected from pit latrines and septic tanks. Note the sub-category on transport and emptying issues.
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by themessenger
18 May 2015 13:06
Sanitation systems for unusual conditions. Note also the three sub-categories below.
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by kengelly
26 May 2015 21:29
This includes for example toilet bags, mobile and portable toilets as well as public toilets (in a separate sub-category below).
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by cremington
26 May 2015 16:52
Sanitation systems where urine is diverted (i.e. collected separately), for example UDDTs (urine-diverting dry toilets).
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by Owice
23 May 2015 09:17
Systems involving anaerobic processes, e.g. UASBs, anaerobic baffled reactors, DEWATS (Decentralised Wastewater Treatment Systems), digesters with animal manure
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by pkjha
27 May 2015 03:58
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by muench
21 May 2015 15:42
Includes composting toilets as well as composting in separate units, piles, boxes or similar.
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by KaiMikkel
19 May 2015 22:19
Chemical, biotechnology and biological approaches to processing excreta and sludge to render it harmless (pathogen removal and physico-chemical improvements).
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by muench
21 May 2015 15:27
For example pit latrines, pour flush latrines, septic tanks, centralised wastewater treatment plants, sewer systems.
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by PaulUK
26 May 2015 21:18
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