Evaluating the potential of container-based sanitation

2019
Page count
69
pages
Description

The objective of this study is to document and assess existing container-based sanitation (CBS) approaches, with a particular focus on evaluating their safety, reliability, affordability, and financial viability. The report also seeks to identify the circumstances in which CBS approaches are most appropriate. The study was motivated by growing interest in the emerging CBS experiences and by the fact that many governments, city authorities, and financing entities are often not familiar with the approach. The study builds on four case studies: Sanergy, Nairobi, Kenya; Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods [SOIL], Cap-Haitien, Haiti; Clean Team, Kumasi, Ghana; and x-runner, Lima, Peru.

Publisher
World Bank Group, Global Water Security & Sanitation Partnership (GWSP)
Publish date
Language of publication
English
Region/Country
Region
Global
Country
Ghana
Haiti
Kenya
Peru
Sector
Water, Sanitation or Waste Management