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Nov 14, 2017

Domestic Wastewater Management - Lesson Plan (Intro to WASH)

This lesson explains the differences between blackwater, greywater, and overflow water. It focuses on the proper management of greywater and overflow water to protect public health and the environment. A demonstration is used to visually show what greywater looks like and how it is separated using a grease trap. For blackwater management, see Lesson Plan: Human Excreta Management.

  • Language:

    English

  • Region:

    South West Asia

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