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A/1

Complexities of Implementing Dry Sanitation in Cities
–Case Study of Leon, Mexico

Cordova, Ana

A/2

Inter-disciplinary research on Ecological sanitation in
seven west African countries

Amah Klutsé, Karin Ahlgren

A/10

Urine reuse in agriculture: organizational issues on
municipal level

Anna Richert Stintzing,
Elisabeth Kvarnström, Mats
Johansson

A/11.1

Paradigm Shift in EcoSan, Lessons from the UWEP
Programme

Anne Scheinberg, Gert de Bruijne

A/12

Environmental Alternatives to Sanitation and Food
Sovereignty

Alberto Ysunza-Ogazón

B/2

Public acceptability of eco sanitation: Experience
from Botswana

Dr. Benjamin Bolaane, Ms Tshoganetso Tiroyamodimo

B/4

Effects of hygienised human urine on the
productivity of sorghum (sorghum bicolore), in the
agro-ecologic conditions of Sabtenga, Burkina Faso

BOCOUM Fatoumata SACKO, Phytopathologist
KABRE T. Denis, Trainee in agriculture

B/5.1

Fate of faecal pathogens and indicator bacteria in
urea treatment

Björn Vinnerås, Håkan Jönsson

B/6

Microbiological effects on food crops fertilized with
biosolids produced in an ecosan system

B. Jimenez, A. Austin , E. Cloete, and C. Phasha

B/7

“Taking EcoSan on farm”: Supporting the benefits
of wastewater irrigated urban agriculture through
applied low-tech health risk reduction measures at
farm level

Keraita, B., Danso, G.+, Amoah, P., Obuobie, E. And
P. Drechsel

B/10

Cultural preferences for latrines and flush toilets with
wetland treatment in North West Frontier Province,
Pakistan

Bahadar Nawab, Kjell Bjørgen Esser, Petter D.
Jenssen

B/11 Lessons from a Multi-Country A Review of EcoSan
Experience in East and Southern Africa
Barry Jackson, Andreas Knapp
C/1 A mathematical analysis of the drying of faeces in a
urine diversion toilet – sensitivity analysis
Chris Brouckaert, Katherine Foxon, Tamren Ridgeway,
Nicola Rodda, Chris Buckley
C/3 Guidelines for the safe use of urine and faeces in
ecological sanitation systems
Caroline Schönning, Thor Axel Stenström
C/5.2 The ecosan source book, toolbox and data sheets –
GTZ information support for ecological sanitation
Christine Werner, Patrick Bracken, Florian Klingel
C/6 Linking Ecological Sanitation and Urban Agriculture
in Sub-Saharan Africa
Constanze Windberg
C/7 Ecological Sanitation: a cross-cutting option for
water management, sanitation and food security in
Botswana?
Cathrine Wirbelauer
D/1 Technical and financial implication of on-site
sanitation promotion in managing urban faecal
sludges
D. Koné, H. Koanda, P. Blunier, M. Jeuland. S. Bolomey
M. Steiner, Martin Strauss
E/1 An assessment of the effect of Human excreta
on maize production and water productivity
Edward Guzha
E/2.1 Ecological Sanitation meets architecture Elke Müllegger, Markus Lechner
E/2.2 Sanitation for a rural school in Uganda – a
successful implementation process
Elke Müllegger, Markus Lechner
E/3.1 Evaluating ten years of operation of the ecosan
system at a family-owned farm and restaurant in
Bavaria, Germany
Elisabeth v. Münch,
Arne Panesar,
Heinz-Peter Mang
E/4 Swedish farmers attitudes to reuse of urine and
residues from anaerobic digestion
Elisabeth Kvarnström, Anna Richert Stintzing
F/1 In Search of Ecosan Architecture Fabiola Garduño
G/2 Urine Diversion Sanitation in South Africa: Is this a
solution?
Gertrude Matsebe, Louiza Duncker
G/3 Social acceptance of EcoSan (DVUD) Ganesh Bahadur Thapa
G/4 Use of urine in commercial orange and papaya tree
production
George Anna Clark
H/1 Ecosan and Agriculture, Maharashtra, India Hinnerk Bartels, Dr. S.K. Goel, Martin Wafler
H/2 Advancement of Ecological Sanitation (Ecotoilet) in Nepalese
Context
Mr. HR Koirala, Mr. KM Lamichhane, Ms Mira Sharma
H/4 Guidelines on use of urine and faeces in crop
production
Håkan Jönsson, Anna Richert Stintzing, Björn Vinnerås,
Eva Salomon
I/1 Mainstreaming DEWATS systems within the ecosan
concept in Wenjiang, Sichuan Province, China
Ina Jurga, Thilo Panzerbieter (2), Tong Boitin (3)
J/1.1 Urine treatment and use in the Andes Jenny ARAGUNDY
J/1.2 The ECOSAN Toolbook: A new tool to promote
Ecosan
Jenny ARAGUNDY
J/2 Effects of mesophilic temperature and alkaline
additives on the persistence of Ascaris suum, S.
typhimurium DT 104 and indicator organisms in drycollected
faeces
Johan Åström, Christine Moe, Thor Axel Stenström
J/3 The ECODESS, a integrated microsystem of Sanitary
with focus ECOSAN, for Healthy Districts in Lima-
Perú
Arquitecto : Juan Carlos Calizaya Luna
J/4 Innovative Ecological Sanitation Network, India Heeb, Christine Werner, Hinnerk Bartels,
Martin Wafler, Ken Gnanakan, Martin Mcwan
J/6 Possibilities and barriers for recirculation of
nutrients and organic matter from urban to rural
areas: a technical theoretical framework applied to
the medium sized town Hillerød
J. Magid, A. M. Eilersen, S. Wrisberg, and M. Henze
J/7 Integrating Conventional and Ecological Sanitation in
Urban sanitation for the future
Dr. James Davos Mamit, Ib Larsen, Tang Hung
Huong
J/8 Managing greywater with microbial risk assessment Jakob Ottoson, Thor Axel Stenström
J/11 Composting human waste from waterless toilets Jon Fredrik Hanssen, Adam Paruch, Petter D. Jenssen
J/13 Experience with source separating systems for
wastewater in Scandinavia
James M. Greatorex, Karin Emilsson, Ola Palm, Jakob
Magid, Petter D. Jenssen
J/14 Algorithm to select sustainable sanitation options Jan-Olof Drangert
K/1 Developing strategies for the disposal and use of
greywater in the non-sewered areas of South Africa
K.J. Carden, N.P. Armitage, O. Sichone, U.K. Rivett, K.
Winter
K/2 New boost for Standardization of dry toilets with CE
–marking
Kati Hinkkanen
K/3 Introducing a closed-loop option for management of
human waste in Kampala, Uganda
Project Management Unit members of the Kampala City
Council Project for Promoting Ecological Sanitation in Kampala
K/4 The ABR Concept: A holistic approach to managing
wastewater from low-income communities and
institutions
K.M. Foxon, C.A. Buckley
L/1 Ecological Sanitation in Guara-Guara Luís MACÁRIO,Madeleine Fogde
L/2 Building a methodology to overcome legal and
institutional constraints to the development of
ecological sanitation
Luis Enrique Ramos
L/3 Salmonella isolated in Sewage Sludge traced back to
human cases of salmonellosis
Leena Sahlström, Birgitta de Jong, Anna Aspan
L/4 Microbiological safety of crops irrigated with
greywater
L. Salukazana, N. Rodda, M. Smith, T. Gounden, S.
Jackson, N. Macleod, C. Buckley
L/7 Source separated wastewater a new resource for
producing mineral fertilizer
Lasse Vråle, Petter D. Jenssen, James M. Greatorex
M/1 Impact of buried urine diversion waste on
environmental quality and plant growth
M. Guness, N. Rodda, M. Smith, D. Trotter, S.
Jackson, N. Macleod, C. Buckley
M/2 Role of wastewater stabilization ponds in the generation
of vector mosquitoes of public health importance: a
case study from Faisalabad, Pakistan
Muhammad Mukhtar, Felix P. Amerasinghe, H.J. Ensink,
Wim van der Hoek
M/4 Implementation of ecosan aspects in the urban
vegetable production of Havana
Hammer, Martina and Viviana Avendaño
M/5 Onsite Sanitation in Lesotho
From an Eco-Idea to a Business Opportunity
Mantopi Lebofa
M/6 Going to scale with urine diversion in Sweden – from
individual households to municipal systems in 15
years
Mast Johansson, Elisabeth Kvarnström, Anna Richert
Stintzing
M/8 Urine Harvesting and Utilization for Cultivation of
Selected Crops: Trials from Ibadan, South West
Nigeria
M. K. C. Sridhar, A. O. Coker, G. O. Adeoye,
I. O. Akinjobin
M/9 Viability of ecological sanitation in urban areas in
Kenya -a case study of Nakuru town
Otieno M. Ochola, Elisabeth v. Münch (corresponding author), Arnold van de Klundert, Gert de Bruijne
M/10 Perceptions and Acceptability of Urine-Diverting
Toilets in Low Income Urban Community in Ghana
Tsiagbey, Michael, Danso George, Bradford, Andrew
N/3 Promoting Human Waste Technology Transfer as
Requirements for Sustainability of Agriculture
Production in Nigeria
Dr Meludu Nkiru T
O/1 Ecosan pilot project for intergrated peri-urban
Ecosystem; case of Lusaka –Zambia
Obed C. Kawanga
P/1 Making sustainable choices – the development and
use of sustainability oriented criteria in sanitary
decision making
Patrick Bracken (GTZ), Elisabeth Kvarnström
(EcoSanRes), Alberto Ysunza (Ceciproc), Erik Kärrman (Urban Water), Anders Finnson (Stockholm Water), Darren Saywell (WSSCC)
P/3 Recycling systems for wastewater treatment – a
system evaluation
Petter D. Jenssen, Karen Refsgaard, Thor Axel Stenström and Petter H. Heyerdahl
P/4 Preliminary Studies on the Evaluation of Human
Urine as a Source of Nutrients for Vegetables in the
Eastern Cape Province, South Africa
P N S Mnkeni, A. Austin, F.R. Kutu
P/5 UDS Case Study from Genadendal, Western Cape
Province, South Africa
Phillip Ravenscroft, Evelyn Oppelt
P/6 Integrating farming and wastewater management –
an environmental systems analysis of barley
production using human urine
Pernilla Tidåker, Håkan Jönsson
P/7 An urban ecological sanitation pilot study in humid
tropical climate
Petter D. Jenssen, Jakob Magid, Lau Seng, Brian Chong, Yrjan Fevang, Ingunn Skadberg
R/1 The reuse of human waste as fertilizer and
energy source through the Ecosan school
project
Ms Rosemary Enie
R/2 A marketing approach towards meeting millenium
development targets
R D Holden
R/4 Harvesting Human Urine in the Municipality of
Tepoztlán, Mexico
Ron Sawyer, TepozEco Project Specialists
R/5 Implementation of ECOSAN: Challenges &
Opportunities in Nepal
Roshan Raj Shrestha, Prachand Shrestha, Suman K. Shakya, Upendra Paudel, Ram Bilas Pant, Anjali
Manandhar
R/7 Acceptability of dry sanitation: a preliminary study in
two informal settlements in Cape Town, South Africa
Ruth Stern with Solomzi Mzamo/Tertius de Jager
S/1 Assessment of wastewater production and reuse in
the peri-urban areas of Faisalabad, Pakistan
Sarfraz Munir, Muhammad Mukhtar, Ensink H. Jeroen,
Shahzad Mahmood
S/2 The ISWM approach to EcoSan: a research agenda WASTE/Stan Maessen, Jeroen IJgosse
S/3 Ecosan– a step towards sustainable rural
development in Eastern Europe
Stefan Deegener, Ralf Otterpohl
S/4 How to overcome barriers to the promotion of
Ecological Sanitation
Simataa Nakamboa
S/6 The Use of Effluent from an Anaerobic Baffled
Reactor (ABR) for Irrigation in a Peri-Urban
Community
S. Pillay, K. Foxon, N. Rodda, M. Smith, C. Buckley
W/1 Toilet Collecting Systems using Biodegradable Bags
for Private and Municipal Composting – Examples
from Germany and The Netherlands
Wolfgang Berger
Z/1 Biogas and ecological sanitation - combining
German and Chinese know-how
Mrs. Zhang Yuhua, Mr. Heinz-Peter Mang