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Decentralised sanitation and reuse

concepts, systems and implementation

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Published by IWA in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sanitation.,
  • Sewage -- Purification.,
  • Sewage disposal.,
  • Sustainable development -- Environmental aspects.,
  • Green technology.,
  • Water reuse.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Piet Lens, Grietje Zeeman and Gatze Lettinga.
    SeriesIntegrated environmental technology series
    ContributionsLens, P. N. L., Lettinga, Gatze., Zeeman, Grietje.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD920 .D43 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 650 p. :
    Number of Pages650
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22463436M
    ISBN 101900222477

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Overview. Adopting a multi-disciplinary approach, Decentralised Sanitation and Reuse places public sanitation in a global context and provides a definitive discussion of current state-of-the-art sanitation shows how these technologies can be implemented to integrate domestic waste and wastewater treatment in order to maximize resource recycling in domestic practice.

Decentralised Sanitation and Reuse will be an invaluable resource for a wide academic and professional readership active in the fields of environmental protection and public sanitation. This title belongs to Integrated Environmental Technology Series.

Decentralised sanitation and reuse: concepts, systems and implementation This book presents a state-of-the-art review of decentralized sanitation and reuse (DESAR). It starts by discussing the historical development of (centralized) wastewater treatment and examining waste.

Adapting a multi-disciplinary approach, Decentralised Sanitation and Reuse places public sanitation in a global context and provides a definitive discussion of current state-of -the-art sanitation technologies. The book shows how these technologies can be implemented to integrate domestic practice.

Adapting a multi-disciplinary approach, Decentralised Sanitation and Reuse places public sanitation in a global context and provides a definitive discussion of current state-of -the-art sanitation technologies. The book shows how these technologies can be implemented to integrate domestic practice.

It presents technical solutions for on-site collection and transport of concentrated waste 5/5(1). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm.

Series Title: Integrated environmental technology series. Concepts of decentralised sanitation and reuse (DE-SAR) should close urban water and nutrient cycles and conserve water resources (Lens et al., ).

Devices for water reuse and decentralised. Adopting a multi-disciplinary approach, Decentralised Sanitation and Reuse places public sanitation in a global context and provides a definitive discussion of current state-of-the-art sanitation technologies. It shows how these technologies can be implemented to integrate domestic waste and wastewater treatment in order to maximize resource.

Get this from a library. Decentralised sanitation and reuse: concepts, systems and implementation. [P N L Lens; Grietje Zeeman; Gatze Lettinga;] -- Adopting a multi-disciplinary approach, Decentralised Sanitation and Reuse places public sanitation in a global context and provides a definitive discussion of current state-of-the-art sanitation.

Decentralised sanitation and reuse. one focused on the fate of oestrogens in the biological treatment systems within decentralised sanitation and re-use Author: Grietje Zeeman.

TY - BOOK. T1 - Decentralised Sanitation and Reuse - Concepts, systems and implementation. AU - Lens, P.N.L. AU - Zeeman, G. AU - Lettinga, G. Centralized sanitation systems are those that collect sanitation waste, pipe it to central treatment plants or lagoons and treat it.

Most cities run sewer mains from homes and offices to a central collecting line for this purpose. Just over half of the United States structures are on centralized sanitation systems.

the Read More here about block. Decentralised Wastewater Treatment Systems (DEWATS) and Sanitation in Developing Countries. Decentralised Wastewater community-based sanitation. This book presents the collaborative efforts made Reuse for process and domestic purposes Biogas utilisation File Size: 1MB.

Original language: English: Title of host publication: Decentralised sanitation and reuse: Concepts, systems and implementation: Editors: P.

Lens, G. Zeeman, G. LettingaCited by: Decentralised Water Supply and Sanitation This course provides theoretical background and practical expertise in the field of low-cost decentralised water supply and sanitation alternatives specifically suitable for the small towns, peri-urban areas and urban slums, small island communities, tourist resorts etc.

Decentralised Sanitation and Reuse Concepts, Systems and Implementation Edited by Piet Lens, Grietje Zeeman and Gatze Lettinga Present sanitation practices and sustainable development' The decentralised approach Technology options Conclusions A case study of a decentralized wastewater system at on-site level with treated effluent reuse was performed at the Botswana Technology Centre in Gaborone, Botswana.

It is an example of a decentralized wastewater system, which serves one institutional building, located in an area served by municipal sewerage. The history of modern water and wastewater handling started with the health challenges in large cities and towns.

To provide safe water supply when the local sources ran dry or became polluted, water was piped from reservoirs outside the city (see also [man-made reservoirs]). To transport wastewater out of the city, large collection and drainage systems were constructed (see lecture 2.

Henze, M & Ledin, ATypes, characteristics and quantities of classic, combined domestic wastewaters: Chapter 4.

in P Lens, G Zeeman & G Lettinga (eds), Decentralised sanitation and reuse: Concepts, systems and : Mogens Henze, Anna Ledin. Public willingness to use decentralised sanitation facilities or arising water products is discouraged due to malodour, preventing improved sanitation practices or water reuse opportunities in low income countries.

Whilst odour is characterised in the gas phase, it originates in the liquid phase. Consequentl Sanitation. REUSE/DISPOSAL CONTAINMENT – Mr. Fabian Suter, EAWAG Collaboration for Decentralised Sanitation Systems and Research in Asia Introductory Two -Day Workshop on Decentralized Urban Sanitation Local architects, NGOs, academicians.The book aims to answer the demand for reliable, efficient and low-cost wastewater treatment systems that is increasing world-wide especially in densely populated urban regions where adequate wastewater treatment systems do not exist and uncontrolled discharge of wastewater endangers environmental health and water resources.Scientific book or proceedings (editor) Publication year: Keyword(s) volksgezondheidsbevordering - afvalverwijdering - gezondheidstechniek - hergebruik van water - milieubescherming - afvalwaterbehandeling - sanitation - waste disposal - public health engineering - water reuse - environmental protection - waste water treatment: Categories.