Toilet Revolution published in China

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Toilet Revolution published in China

Toilet Revolution, was published by the Social Science Academy of China recently with many toilet experts writings.

Arno's essay , China's Sanitation Challenge - Taking a Broader Systems View , is the last chapter of the book, but not the least.

I hope some Chinese would liste to Arno Rosemarin this time to implement an Ecosan toilet revolution instead of a conventional waste water system which is the favorite business for some huge state-owned companies.

Chen Xiang Yang, an apple dealer,is growing apples and cherries with the human waste collected from 31 school UDDTs donated by SOHO China Foundation, based in Tianshui City, Gansu Province , China. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., tel:0086 151 9380 3972
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Is there an english version of this publication and of Arno's chapter?

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Depinder Kapur is a senior Development and WASH expert and is currently leading the Sanitation Capacity Building Platform of National Institute of Urban Affairs in New Delhi. He has worked with AKRSP, SPWD, CARE(Director NRM), Oxfam(Program & Advocacy Director), WaterAid India(Country Head) and WSSCC(National Coordinator). Also has 5 years of work experience as a consultant with UNICEF, FAO, WSSCC, FES and World Bank. Principal Trustee of India WASH Forum and part of a Citizens Initiative on Right to Water and Sanitation. Also worked with Ministry of Urban Development for the Clean India...
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hi, Depinder:
Yes, there is an English version for Arno's essay but not for the whole book.
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Pls refer to The attached for Arno's essay
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FIY. This book has brought me an opportunity to make a speech about my Ecosan pratices to around 400 agriculture
officials from 28 Provinces two days ago.

Our government people saw me for The very First TIME after theirreading through the book recently.

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Thanks for sharing Scott. Will read.

My earlier reading from William Hinton work on China from the days of Revolution gave me a glimpse of the rural China.

How is China handling urban sanitation for its growing towns? Do all new towns have planned sewerage systems or is there also decentralised treatment systems? Would be good to understand from Indian context.

If we want to visit China and see some urban sanitation work, who should we contact.

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hi, depinder:
It varies in dfferent cities. Some cities are still lacking centralised waste water treatment system.
For your information, you could contact the waste water treatment plant by yourself for a study in China.
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Thanks Scott.

Who can share more information on the sanitation systems of China ? Is there an article in English on the extent of centralised and deecntralised sanitation systems/access for urban and rural areas of China?

And who can we reach out to if we visit?

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