Sanitation systems, what should they acomplish and what does it mean for re-use and disposal

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Re: Sanitation systems, what should they acomplish and what does it mean for re-use and disposal

Dear Becky,

Do you have an introductory text on applying your risk based approach to sanitation. I would like to get my head around it a bit better.

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Re: Sanitation systems, what should they acomplish and what does it mean for re-use and disposal

Marijn Zandee wrote: Do you have an introductory text on applying your risk based approach to sanitation. I would like to get my head around it a bit better.


I think she is referring to the WHO guidelines:
www.who.int/water_sanitation_health/sani...water-guidelines/en/

and maybe:
www.who.int/water_sanitation_health/publications/ssp-manual/en/

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Re: Sanitation systems, what should they acomplish and what does it mean for re-use and disposal

Marijn,

As Krischan said, the Sanitation Safety Plans Manual from WHO is a good place to start. Downloadable here is a handful of languages: www.who.int/water_sanitation_health/publications/ssp-manual/en/

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