The webinar is designed specifically for utilities, regulators and cities that are considering Sanitation Safety Planning implementation.
Knowledge on sanitation and health is needed. Prior knowledge on Water Safety Planning is an advantage but not a criterion. No prior knowledge on SSP in advance is required.
Moving towards a sustainable circular economy requires us to rethink the role and reuse of wastewater, greywater and fecal sludge. Sanitation Safety Planning (SSP) is as step-by-step risk-based approach to ensure the increasing reuse of wastewater is safe. The approach takes into account all relevant stakeholders from the entire sanitation service chain, and is a tool for operational monitoring and continuous improvement.
This webinar is part of World Water Day 2017. Highlighting lessons learned from a pilot in the Philippines, the event will explore the key aspects and benefits of Sanitation Safety Planning. Focusing on the Asian context, the webinar is designed specifically for utilities, regulators and cities that are considering Sanitation Safety Planning implementation.
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• Understand the key aspects and benefits of SSP, with focus on an Asian context
• Understand through a case study,
a) how SSP can be adapted for safe reuse of fecal sludge as part of moving towards a circular economy;
b) how SSP can be a tool for operational monitoring and continuous improvement
Pritha Hariram, Programme Manager, Water Supply & Sanitation Services Program, IWA