Journal of Water Sanitation and Hygiene for Development, Early Proofs, January 2017
- Re: Bill Gates blog posts: This Ingenious Machine Turns Feces Into Drinking Water (Omni-processor by Janicki to process sludge) - now in Dakar, Senegal - by: muench June 20, 2019This is the answer I received from Becaye Diop (Delvic company) about the Omni-processor pilot plant in Dakar: +++++++++ Dear Elisabeth, Thanks for your interest to the Omniprocessor project. Yes, The pilot version can be scaled and it is the phase 2 of the process named commercial version. Our business plan shows that it can be operated with a profit by sel […]
- Survey on water and the United Nations - by: AnnaUNwater June 20, 2019In order to better serve its constituents, UN-Water has designed a survey to learn more about people’s knowledge of water and sanitation and what they think about its communication. The ‘quizurvey’ – a hybrid between a quiz and a survey – takes around 10 minutes to complete and is available in the six official UN languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, […]
- Worldbank report on fly larvae in Kenya - by: muench June 20, 2019Dear Ajit, I am not sure which Worldbank news release you mean? Is it about black soldier fly larvae? If yes, we have a sub-category about that on the forum here: forum.susana.org/147-production-of-insec...eta-or-organic-waste Regards, Elisabeth
- Forum e-mail digest was not sent - by: AjitSeshadri June 19, 2019Dear Steffen Dotwerkstatt, We appreciate your information to state that you had some problems on SuSanA connectivity Etc. We wish and hope you have not only set right the problem, but also emerged stronger to face connectivity issues in future. Offering our well wishes, Prof Ajit Seshadri.
- Proposed meeting of SuSanA Working Group 5 at World Water Week in Stockholm, Sweden (25-30th August 2019) - by: ddiba June 19, 2019Dear Members of WG5 (and others interested in the group topic), Thank you all who have responded so far to my earlier post about a possible WG5 meeting during World Water Week in Stockholm this year. So far, nine (9) people have indicated interest in participating in a possible meeting, mainly for the purpose of networking and knowledge exchange. Of the 9 pe […]
- Re: Bill Gates blog posts: This Ingenious Machine Turns Feces Into Drinking Water (Omni-processor by Janicki to process sludge) - now in Dakar, Senegal - by: muench June 20, 2019