Condominial Sewers Presentation and Roundtable October 9, 2019, Water and Health Conference, Chapel Hill, NC

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Condominial Sewers Presentation and Roundtable October 9, 2019, Water and Health Conference, Chapel Hill, NC

This presentation will bring a delegation of Condominial experts from Brazil to the US to present in English. The majority of the panelists have spent 40+ years working in Condominial Sewerage, including in the large scale citywide projects in Salvador and Brasilia begun in the 1990s.

Additionally there will be an overview of the new SaniBID software for planning Condominial Systems and a roundtable discussion.

Link to the conference:
www.cvent.com/events/2019-water-health/e...ae4847.aspx?fqp=true

Side event description:

State of the Art Condominial Sanitation Systems within the Framework of the Optimal Sanitation Initiative

The event will cover the state of the art of condominial sanitation systems including all the keys to their success, but also the myths that have surrounded this technology since its appearance in the 1980s in Brazil. Its lower investment costs, its capacity to adapt to complex urban networks and evidence of its use as asocial intervention model, make it the ideal solution to face the challenge of SDG in slum areas. Condominial sanitation solutions will be introduced in the scenario of growing interest in other alternative solutions such as improving the management of sludge from individual solutions. A practical example of the design of a condominial sanitation system will be developed with the objective of delimiting the most important differences with respect to conventional systems, highlighting the condominium (block of houses) as a decision unit, both technical and social. The example will highlight SaniBID on a QGIS platform which allows a fast interaction in a friendly environment.[/strike]
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