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The sustainable sanitation design concept for sludge treatment for cities in Africa : a paper presented at the second conference on developments in...

Today, lack of treatment of faecal sludge creates pollution pestering urban life across Africa. In order to upgrade human excreta (HE) from a pathogenic nuisance to valuable and safe agricultural inputs, the urine, faeces and mixed sludge have to be verifiably pathogen free. [authors abstract]

TitleThe sustainable sanitation design concept for sludge treatment for cities in Africa : a paper presented at the second conference on developments in...
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsGjefle, K
Pagination7 p.; 1 fig.
Date Published2012-10-29
PublisherSustainable Sanitation Design, SSD
Place PublishedOslo, Norway
Keywordsexcreta treatment, faecal sludge management [FSM], human excreta, sludge treatment
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Today, lack of treatment of faecal sludge creates pollution pestering urban life across Africa. In order to upgrade human excreta (HE) from a pathogenic nuisance to valuable and safe agricultural inputs, the urine, faeces and mixed sludge have to be verifiably pathogen free. [authors abstract]

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