DDD Conference

Resource Oriented Sanitation in Drylands

Convener: Amit Gross, BIDR

Sanitation coverage is still a challenge in many parts of the World, particularly in low- and middle-income countries with rapidly expanding cities. Safe wastewater treatment and other organic waste such as excreta and manure management represent a growing challenge, generating significant negative public health and environmental risks. Topics such as (but limited) implementation of technologies for small scale wastewater/wet organic waste treatment within decentralized sanitation; health and environmental risks characterization; risk assessment, standards and standardization will be accepted.

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    Resource Oriented Sanitation in Drylands

    Dr. Hadas Mamane-Steindel

    Treatment of Sewage Ponds in Rural India without Energy Investment Using The Coupled Microalgae-Bacteria Biofilm (CMBB) Technology, Punjab

    Tel Aviv University, Israel

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    Resource Oriented Sanitation in Drylands

    Dr. Roy Posmanik

    Subcritical Water – A Green Solvent for Resource Recovery and Circular Economy

    Volcani Institute, Agricultural Research Organization, Israel

     

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    Resource Oriented Sanitation in Drylands

    Mr. Osama Khoury

    Hydrothermal Carbonization of Waste Activated Sludge: A New Technology to Recover Nutrients and Address Food Insecurity

    Volcani Institute, Agricultural Research Organization, Israel

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    Resource Oriented Sanitation in Drylands

    Prof. Zeev Ronen

    Is There a Reason for Concern for Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) in Greywater?

    Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

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