In this webinar, FSMA spotlights the Container-Based Sanitation Implementation Guide (1st Edition).
Container-Based Sanitation (CBS) is a sanitation service that provides toilets with sealable, removable containers that are collected on a regular basis to safely dispose of or reuse faecal sludge.
The Container-Based Sanitation Alliance (CBS Alliance)'s first CBS implementation guide sets down in one place numerous learnings from several CBS-focused organisations in a variety of locations around the world including Ghana, Guatemala, Haiti, India, Kenya, Madagascar, Peru and the UK.
The presentation of the guide will be followed by a panel discussion with representatives from the CBS Alliance and two of its member organisations (Sanergy and Sanivation). There will also be time for questions from the audience.
The FSMA Spotlights webinar series aims to highlight key aspects and discussions around FSM and the sanitation service chain.
Joseph is in charge of designing and implementing post-sales strategies, which include manufacture, installation, maintenance, and servicing of sanitation products (Fresh Life Toilets, In-home Fresh Fit Toilets) in Sanergy's network. He also oversees overall customer experience to ensure continued growth and customer retention. He has 15 years of experience in marketing and customer support and operations. Joseph holds a bachelor of commerce degree from The University of Nairobi, a postgraduate diploma in marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing (UK), and an MBA from the United States International University.
Syrus Mutua is Sanivation’s project lead for the Waste to Value sanitation system at Sanivation; He leads the implementation and coordination of the entire sanitation system. Under his leadership at the Kakuma Refugee Camp, the system collected and treated 250 tons of faeces from refugee households and produced over 100 tons of charcoal briquettes. Syrus has over 5 years of experience working in the humanitarian and development sectors and holds a certificate in leadership and management skills in emergency contexts and project management.
Dr. Kory Russel has more than a decade of design, implementation, and research experience in non-networked water and sanitation services focused on resource constrained locations around the world. He serves as the Chair of the Container-Based Sanitation Alliance and is an Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Science at the University of Oregon. He holds a BS in Environmental Biology and MS in Environmental Science from Taylor University as well as an MS and PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Stanford University.