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Berhampur, India(印度,伯翰普)

Faecal Sludge and Septage Management (FSSM) Regulations

 污物处理项目

Berhampur is a secondary city in Odisha province in India, with a nearly 400,000 population (2011). Historically, the city does not have an underground sewer system, and the toilets are directly connected to septic tanks. Disposal of faecal sludge creates health and environmental challenges to the city. In response, Berhampur Municipal Corporation passed a resolution to adopt the Faecal Sludge and Septage Management (FSSM) Regulations 2018, making it mandatory for all cesspool emptier vehicles to dispose faecal waste at the treatment plant. In addition, it also passed resolutions to partner with local women’s collectives, in each component of the FSSM value chain, for promotion of mechanized desludging and operation and management of the septage treatment plant in the city through a service contract.

伯翰普是印度奥里萨邦的一个二级城市,2011年人口接近40万。过去,这个城市没有地下排污系统,厕所直接与化粪池连通。污物处理对市民健康和城市环境带来巨大的挑战。为了应对这一挑战,伯翰普市政当局通过了《2018粪便污泥和污水处理(污物处理)条例》的决议,规定所有化粪池清理车必须在处理厂处理粪便废物。此外,伯翰普市政当局还通过了决议,与当地妇女团体在污物处理价值链中的每个环节进行合作,通过服务合同推广机械化清淤以及城市污水处理厂的运营和管理。

Women Self-Help Groups have been engaged in building sanitary toilets to safely contain faecal waste, promoting mechanized emptying of septic tanks, operation and management of septage treatment plants, and reusing treated sludge.

妇女自助团体建造卫生厕所来安全处理粪便废物,推广化粪池的机械化清空、污水处理厂的运营和管理以及处理后的污泥的再利用。该项目提高了相关团体的收入,为可持续的污物处理确保了社区的参与和所有权,并促进妇女赋权。




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