Anyone from Pakistan working on Fecal Sludge Treatment and Management

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Anyone from Pakistan working on Fecal Sludge Treatment and Management

HEllo Everyone!

Is there anyone working on Fecal Sludge Treatment and Management in Pakistan?
Are there any funded projects in Pakistan/ local, national or international funding agencies who fund such projects related to fecal sludge treatment?
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I'm also interested to know about this! Thanks for posting.

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Hallo

UNICEF Pakistan is currently doing some baseline studies to come up with a business case for urban WASH in polio high-risk union councils and FSM is also part of it. We are also looking at potential FSM solutions especially for rural areas and urban slums.

So if you are working on FSM, feel free to reach me and we can have further discussions and see any areas of potential collaboration. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Ziggy Kugedera is a Holder of a Bsc in health pr4omotion, Masters in public health- health promotion and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Scholar studying Msc in sanitation at IHE Delft Netherlands till April 2019. Have 14 years experience in SBC, WASH and Public Health
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Thank you Mr. Ziggy Kugedera,

I am currently working on exploring the characteristics of Fecal Sludge in Capital of Pakistan and then on their treatment potentials.
Can you kindly help me in identifying areas where onsite sanitation facilities are located preferably in Islamabad or nearby areas?
Moreover I want to design sludge sampler to fetch sludge from pits/ septic tanks as there is no emptying facilities available in Pakistan.
If you are also interested, kindly let me know at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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Dear Ms Nida.

I had posted my response that you may source ideally samplers used on oil tankers to sample their Bottom sediments and water.

The device resembles a tube with a flap at the bottom to admit sample ie sludge, solids, water or thick oil in. Then the flap is shut and the complete device with the fluids contained in it is hauled out of the tank.

These devices are called BS&W Sampler, I have seen and used the devices in crude oil tanks in tankers, which is similar to a septic- tank or large sewer system, from where you wish to sample the matter- as described ie sludgy, solid, thick liquid Etc..

Therefore pl try to locate a Ship Stores Supplier ( called Ship Chandler ) and explain to him. These devices are also described in Stores cataloque Etc.
All the best, happy sampling.

Prof Ajit Seshadri. INDIA.

Prof. Ajit Seshadri, Senior Faculty in Marine Engg. Deptt. Vels University, and
Environment Consultant (Water shed Mngmnt, WWT, WASH, others) Chennai, India
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