New publication: Guide to Sanitation Resource-Recovery Products & Technologies

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New publication: Guide to Sanitation Resource-Recovery Products & Technologies

Dear Colleagues,
This is to announce an upcoming webinar that will launch a Guide to Sanitation Resource-Recovery Products & Technologies on the 22nd of October, 2020 between 14:00-15:00 CEST.
 
This Webinar is organized by the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Makerere University, and the Research Institutes of
Sweden (RISE) in collaboration with SuSanA Working Group 5, as part of the SPANS research project. It will present a new publication related to resource recovery from sanitation systems – the Guide to Sanitation Resource-Recovery Products & Technologies. The publication is designed as a supplement to the Eawag Compendium of Sanitation Systems and Technologies. It provides an overview of the possibilities for resource recovery from sanitation and provides guidance on treatment processes to achieve safe products for reuse. The webinar will introduce the guide, including an overview of the technologies and products that are covered in the document, and discuss how the information sheets can be used as a reference book for sanitation planning and decision-making.
 
Details and registration can be found on this link:
https://www.susana.org/en/news-and-events/sanitation-events/upcoming-events?details=170
 
Feel free to share this invitation with others interested in the topic. Welcome!
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Dear Daniel,

I am very excited to see this book. How long is it? 

I am available to help with English proofreading and translation into Spanish of this sort of project, in the interest of getting the message out as clearly and broadly as possible.

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Re: New publication: Guide to Sanitation Resource-Recovery Products & Technologies

Dear Chris,
Thank you for your interest in the book and in the webinar next week.
The book is a little over 100 pages altogether.
I have alerted Jennifer McConville, who has led the book's development, about your offer to contribute to a Spanish translation.

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Daniel
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Re: New publication: Guide to Sanitation Resource-Recovery Products & Technologies

Dear Colleagues,
The video recording from this webinar is now available on the SuSanA YouTube channel.
Please see below or use this link:  https://youtu.be/jmjMsZKb3og



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Re: New publication: Guide to Sanitation Resource-Recovery Products & Technologies

Hi Daniel,

Is the guide available now? The presentation said it would be in the SuSanA library by 19 November but I couldn't find it. Just wondering if I missed its announcement. I mean your "Guide to Sanitation Resource-Recovery Products & Technologies".

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Where is this guide please? 
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Re: New publication: Guide to Sanitation Resource-Recovery Products & Technologies

Hi Lizy,
I am also wondering about that and have now sent the authors an e-mail to enquire. It does look like an interesting document and it had a big launch event, so the interest is high. :-) 

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The Guide is done! But it is too large to upload to this forum and our staff who are responsible for our website are on vacation. I have shared it with SuSanA and hope that it can be added to the SuSanA library soon.

I will share the link as soon as the it is available on our website.

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Thanks Jennifer. The guide can be uploaded to the forum as it's only 15 MB (the size limit is 19 MB). So I am adding it here. It will also be uploaded to the SuSanA library soon.

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Re: New publication: Guide to Sanitation Resource-Recovery Products & Technologies

Dear all, 

The guide can now be found on the SuSanA library using the following link  ( Guide to Sanitation Resource Recovery Products & Technologies - Resources • SuSanA )

Feel free to share and discuss this report with other members who might be interested. 

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Salua
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