The objective of the TA is to assist the Government in establishing an appropriate implementation scheme for septage management through provision of city sanitation plan with septage management plans and manual of practice, focusing on collection, treatment and disposal as well as introducing international best practices on septage management. In addition, this TA will explore the development of performance indicators, which are supposed to be utilized as Service Level Benchmarks for septage. Specific outputs will include: (i) development of draft city sanitation plans (CSP) for pilot cities; (ii) development of draft septage management plan; (iii) implementation of pilot scheme for pilot areas; (iv) provision of training for relevant stakeholders; and (v) provision of workshops on disseminating lessons learnt from the pilot schemes as well as international best practices.
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|Introducing Best Practices for Septage Management||Dec 2011|
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