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To enhance the livelihood of the Sano Khokana community and to increase residents’ access to basic water and sanitation facilities, an integrated decentralized waste and waste water treatment system has been constructed by community members with support from the local NGO Lumanti Support Group for Shelter and the UN-HABITAT Water for Asian Cities Programme Nepal. The system, which has been constructed on land contributed by the community, consists of a biogas plant with linked compost plant/ slurry drier and a reed bed treatment system. It ensures that residents now properly manage their waste and utilize the approach and its outputs for energy generation, irrigation and as fertilizer.

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