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TitleOpen planning of sanitation systems
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2004
AuthorsKvarnström, E, E. Petersens, af
Secondary TitleEcoSanRes Publications Series
Volumeno. 2004-3
Paginationiv, 34 p. : boxes, tab.
Date Published2004-01-01
PublisherStockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
Place PublishedStockholm, Sweden
ISSN Number9188714950
Keywordscomparative analysis, costs, design criteria, ecological sanitation, groundwater protection, hygiene, manuals, planning, sdiman, sdisan, water quality

This EcoSanRes report presents an implementation tool based on the Open Comparative Consequence Analysis (OCCA) methodology. It is argued that by focusing on the function of a sanitation system rather than the technology itself, more room will be allowed for innovative solutions to sanitary problems. The open planning of sanitation systems is described by following five steps: problem and stakeholder identification; identification of the boundaries of the sanitation systems; terms of requirements; analysis of possible solutions; and choice of the most appropriate solution.

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