Exploring existing regulatory frameworks around faecal waste management, faecal sludge accumulation rates, and associated pit filling rates.
|Title||Realising safely managed sanitation in Bhutan|
|Publication Type||Briefing Note|
|Year of Publication||2021|
|Secondary Title||SSH4A learning paper|
|Pagination||16 p. : 11 fig., 2 ill.|
|Publisher||SNV and IRC|
|Place Published||The Hague, the Netherlands|
The Government of Bhutan’s vision is for all its citizens to have access to improved sanitation facilities by 2022. As to date, there is no baseline or targets for safely managed sanitation. Nevertheless, toilets will fill up and their contents will need to be safely managed to avoid faecal waste ending up in the environment.
This paper explores existing regulatory frameworks around faecal waste management, faecal sludge accumulation rates, and associated pit filling rates in the SSH4A programme districts.
Key points emerging from the research are:
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