The SuSanA publishes case studies of sustainable sanitation projects to demonstrate the wide range of possible systems for sustainable sanitation systems. The case study collection comprises project examples from developing and industrialised countries, high and low tech systems, urban and rural locations, pilot and large scale applications and different cultural settings. These case studies are useful for decision makers, planners, engineers and the interested public.
SuSanA collects descriptions of success stories as well as of "failed projects" so that we can learn from our own and other people's mistakes.
For the collection of case studies we depend on your support and we therefore kindly invite you to contribute to this collection by making use of the case study template which is on the SuSanA website (http://www.susana.org/case-studies).
There are five tables of contents for the following five categories:
3. Setting (rural or urban)
4. Reuse type
5. School sanitation system