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Technology review of biogas sanitation : biogas sanitation for blackwater, brown water or for excreta and organic household waste treatment and reuse in developing countries

Anaerobic treatment units as part of an on-site decentralized or semi-decentralized wastewater treatment system are an alternative to centralized wastewater treatment systems due to their energy and soil conditioner production capacity, low-tech components, and adaptability. It is also an excellent technology for organic sludge treatment collected from septic tanks, holding tanks, dry toilets, settlers, or from aerobic wastewater treatment systems. [authors abstract]

TitleTechnology review of biogas sanitation : biogas sanitation for blackwater, brown water or for excreta and organic household waste treatment and reuse in developing countries
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsMang, HB, Li, Z
Pagination21 p.; 17 fig.; 3 tab.
Date Published2010-07-14
PublisherDeutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit, GIZ
Place PublishedEschborn, Germany
Keywordsanaerobic treatment, biogas production, on-site disposal, organic wastes, sludge, sludge treatment, wastewater treatment
Abstract

Anaerobic treatment units as part of an on-site decentralized or semi-decentralized wastewater treatment system are an alternative to centralized wastewater treatment systems due to their energy and soil conditioner production capacity, low-tech components, and adaptability. It is also an excellent technology for organic sludge treatment collected from septic tanks, holding tanks, dry toilets, settlers, or from aerobic wastewater treatment systems. [authors abstract]

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