A Review of the Financial Value of Faecal Sludge Reuse in Low-Income Countries

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Re: A Review of the Financial Value of Faecal Sludge Reuse in Low-Income Countries

Thanks for the assessment Elisabeth.   I'm always happy to engage with people here, it's good to see our research being discussed by people who might actually use it!

In India they are starting to subsidize organic fertiliser (from food waste of human waste) and this seems like a positive step.   But it's not always easy for compost producers to access the subsidy.   We talk about this a bit more in one of our other papers .
Alison Parker
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