Cape Town's Sanitation - Progress, Challenges, Future Outlook (presentation at FSM5 Conference)

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Cape Town's Sanitation - Progress, Challenges, Future Outlook (presentation at FSM5 Conference)

Here is another very interesting presentation from the FSM5 Conference . This one is about sanitation in Cape Town (which was the host city for the conference):
Cape Town’s Sanitation - Progress, challenges, future outlook
by Gisela Kaiser, Executive Director: Water & Waste, City of Cape Town
fsm5.susana.org/images/FSM_Conference_Ma...s-G-Kaiser-Rev06.pdf

Two slides from her presentation are below (most of it deals with the situation in the informal settlements of Cape Town). Always interesting to see cities that employ a mixture of technologies rather than a "one size fits all" approach:




Types of toilets in informal settlements:


Do we have anyone from Cape Town here on the Forum who would like to tell us more?

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