F Implementation 1 How will the change affect the current standard sanitation

F implementation 1 how will the change affect the

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F. Implementation 1. How will the change affect the current standard sanitation system? 2. How long will it take to be implemented? 3. What will be the cost of production? 4. Can the new sanitation be sustainable? 5. How will it be done? 6. Where will the new sanitation systems be located? 7. Who will directly benefit from the sanitation implementation? 8. What will be necessary for the new system to built? G. Future Relevance 1. Discovering how sanitation without sewers could be possible with the newest technology 2. Would Sanitation without sewers be a sanitary solution for the future? 3. Could sanitation without sewers be used in a sustainable way for our future communities or the future of Earth? 4. Could this be a solution to third world countries that are in poverty? 5. Overall impact on the future of sanitation
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Sanitation Without Sewers 4 References Achieving water and sanitation services for health in developing countries. (2009). Retrieved from Barrington, D. J., & Sindall, R. (2018, November 15). Toilets of the future must be designed with people in mind, not technology. Retrieved June 8, 2019, from - toilets-future-people-mind-technology.html Bendix, A. (2015) The wste of tomorrow will do more than flush waste. Retrieved from - system/418878/ Bill Gates is backing this waterless toilet that could revolutionize global sanitation. (2019). Retrieved from - 2016-1 Bio-toilets: Sanitation Without Sewage. (2016, April 11). Retrieved June 12, 2019, from Brueck, H. (2018, November 16). Bill Gates is so obsessed with redesigning the world's toilets, he brought a jar of poop onstage in Beijing to prove it. Retrieved June 9, 2019, from Brueck, H. (2019, January 13). A $350 toilet powered by worms may be the ingenious future of sanitation that Bill Gates has been dreaming about. Retrieved June 12, 2019, from - worms-2019-1
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Sanitation Without Sewers 5 Campusano Garcia, C., & Kaufmann Alves, I. (2019). Implementing sustainable sanitation in an
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