Sanitation Research for the 21st Century, 18th Nov, London


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Sanitation Research for the 21st Century, 18th Nov, London

Tuesday 18th November 2014, 6:00 - 8:00 pm, Royal Opera Arcade Gallery, Pall Mall, London SW1Y 4UY

Staged within the WSUP “ My Toilet ” photography exhibition space, this exciting event will offer an opportunity to catch up on the multi-faceted sanitation research currently being carried out by WSUP and Cranfield University: find out what we and our partners are doing, and help us decide where we should be going. Come along and hear about projects ranging from experimental comparisons of different low-cost sludge treatment technologies; through evaluations of the health impact of a major urban sanitation programme; to a study of the effectiveness of different approaches to encourage city councils to spend more on sanitation. You’ll hear short pitches on 10 projects, and you’ll vote to identify the most useful. Refreshments will be provided. Only 50 places available: book now via Eventbrite !
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