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Sustainable Sanitation with Biogas

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Sustainable Sanitation with Biogas

https://www.enst.umd.edu/news/haiti-win-win-toilet-solution

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Stage 3: Proof of Concept

The University of Maryland will test a technological solution to two critical needs in Haiti – the need for effective wastewater treatment to help curb the cholera epidemic, and the need for decentralized, low-cost energy sources. Access to clean water and availability of sanitation systems are limited in Haiti, and cholera is likely to persist until access to adequate water and sanitation improves.

Registered in Haiti.

Focus Areas:

Energy, Health, Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and 3 MoreSEE ALL

Energy, Health, Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Biomass/BioFuel, Infectious & Vector Diseases and SanitationSEE LESS

Implemented In:

Haiti

HaitiSEE LESS

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$99,987
Funds Raised to Date
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Innovation Description

To test a technological solution that will improve wastewater treatment to curb the cholera epidemic and provide low-cost energy sources in Haiti.
How does your innovation work?
The pilot, supported aims to assess and create a sustainable sanitation model that will improve public health, the environment and local economy in Haiti.

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New Country Implemented In
Haiti
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