Sustaining sanitation investments in India through innovation

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In Latin America, there are also several cooperation projects to advance sustainable sanitation solutions such as decentralized sanitation (DEWATS) but also on-site sanitation solutions with containers (CBS).I would like to know more about the case studies mentioned in the article and the Seechewal model, ECO STP for greywater management, modified domestic absorption pit with grease trap (Meghalaya).In the meantime, I share with you some links to Latin American experiences of decentralized sanitation  DEWATS  and CBS  solutions.
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Sustaining sanitation investments in India through innovation

Dear Team,
This article  on sanitation road map in India could be of your interest. 

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In recent years, India has made significant strides in its quest for sustainable sanitation under the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM). After achieving 100% open defecation free (ODF) it has been dealing with second-generation sanitation issues like sustainable liquid waste management, solid waste management and sustaining other infrastructure. Innovation has emerged as a crucial tool in addressing these challenges, offering empowering solutions that can enhance the sustainability of sanitation efforts across the nation and propel India towards the vision of becoming a US $5-trillion gross domestic product (GDP) economy
 
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Biswanath 

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