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Applicable to

Application level

City

Household

Neighborhood

Management level

Household

Public

Shared

Inputs

+ Faeces + Excreta

Outputs

+ Stored Urine + Dried Faeces
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Disadvantages
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Financing

Financial Sustainability of WASH Services

Community Based Savings

Cost Sharing

Microfinance

Government Contributions

Water Pricing - General

Donor Agencies

Corporate Social Responsibility (DC)

Water Charges

Tradable Water Rights

Subsidies (WS)

Public Private Partnerships (WS)

Image Credits
DAVINCI, L. (1503): Mona Lisa [digital image]. License: CC BY S4-A.0. URL [Accessed: 23.08.2018]

Tecnologías de saneamiento

Library References

The Arborloo and growing trees

This extract describes how to create a low-cost and well functioning arborloo and contains lots of information on how to plant trees in the closed pit.

MORGAN, P. (2004): The Arborloo and growing trees. (pdf presentation). Stockholm: Stockholm Environment Institute

The Arborloo and growing trees

This extract describes how to create a low-cost and well functioning arborloo and contains lots of information on how to plant trees in the closed pit.

MORGAN, P. (2004): The Arborloo and growing trees. (pdf presentation). Stockholm: Stockholm Environment Institute
Further Readings

The Arborloo Book

This booklet describes how to construct an arborloo toilet, which is both low cost and easy to make.

MORGAN, P. (2004): The Arborloo Book. (pdf presentation). Stockholm: Stockholm Environment Institute
Case Studies

Ecological Toilets

This book describes how to construct Arborloo toilets and how it can be upgraded to VIPs at a later stage.

MORGAN, P. EcoSanRes (2009): Ecological Toilets. (pdf presentation). Stockholm: Stockholm Environment Institute URL [Accessed: 09.05.2019]
Training Material
Awareness Raising Material

Guidelines on the Use of Urine and Faeces in Crop Production

These guidelines provide a thorough background on the use of urine (and faeces) for agricultural purposes. Aspects discussed are requirements for plant growth, nutrients in excreta, hygiene aspects, and recommendations for cultivation. It provides detailed guidance on the use of urine for purposes.

JOENSSON, H. RICHERT, A. VINNERAAS, B. SALOMON, E. (2004): Guidelines on the Use of Urine and Faeces in Crop Production. (= EcoSanRes Publications Series , 2004 ). Stockholm: EcoSanRes URL [Accessed: 17.04.2012]

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