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Title: Collecting water : Shashemene, Ethiopia, November 2015
Authors: Bambrick, Hilary
Moncada, Stefano
Keywords: Water -- Pollution -- Ethiopia -- Shashemene
Water -- Purification -- Ethiopia -- Shashemene
Sewage -- Purification
Water reuse
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Citation: Bambrick, H., & Moncada, S. (2017). Collecting water : Shashemene, Ethiopia, November 2015. Global Health Action, 9(1), 31958.
Abstract: A water point was installed in 2012 as part of a biogas development initiative in an informal urban community of 200 households. The facility provides sanitation, gas for cooking, and organic fertiliser. It consists of four latrines and an inlet for animal waste, a fermentation chamber where the biogas (methane) is produced, and a communal kitchen with four stoves. The slurry byproduct is rendered safe by fermentation and used as fertiliser for the community garden.
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