Published on: 23/06/2016
IRC’s sanitation experts Erick Baetings and Ingeborg Krukkert have written an article in the Guardian on a tool to map a city’s faecal waste flows. The ever-increasing volumes of faecal waste amassing in their cities are a pressing concern for authorities in cities worldwide. Even when everyone uses a toilet, human faecal waste often ends up in neighbourhoods, drains, rivers, fields and on beaches. How can cities improve their sanitation conditions? Believe it or not, but mapping of shit flows is part of the solution.