How Bangladesh turns toilet waste into high-value compost - in pictures

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Scientists in Bangladesh are working on ways to treat toilet waste in rural areas and use it to develop safe, nutritious compost for food crops. Led by the school of civil engineering at Leeds University, the Value at the End of the Sanitation Value-Chain (VESV) project aims to help reduce reliance on imported inorganic fertilisers and provide potential business opportunities for waste transporters and compost producers in a country where access to sanitation is now widespread but challenges of managing waste remain.

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Friday, March 20, 2015 10:04:00 AM

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Thursday, April 02, 2015 11:10:22 PM

re: How Bangladesh turns toilet waste into high-value compost - in pictures

Dear Concern,

Greetings from Green Magazine (www.greenmagazine.info), the first online environmental magazine in Bangladesh. I had read this article in the guardian . I would be happy to feature a story on our website about your project. Could you please help with necessary information regarding this subject matter.

I look forward to hearing from you.

regards,

Mahbub

Editor, green magazine

email : mahbub@greenmagz.info

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