Integrating waste streams


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Integrating waste streams

Faecal, greywater and solid waste have been managed separately over the years making it difficult to effectively manage these wastes due to their overlaps. Despite the many tools available for managing these wastes, none of the tools reviewed found an assessment tool that looks at all three streams with equal importance and can identify the points where one waste stream joins another. Without such a tool, it is difficult to advocate for integrated planning of waste and planning of urban infrastructure. 
I conducted a literature review on the existing waste tools and created this blog on   Integrated waste management assessment and planning

Kindly read and share your views.

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