PROGRAM

8th. WORLD WATER FORUM

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AGENDA

8º FÓRUM MUNDIAL DA ÁGUA

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Session 2.b.2 - Whole sanitation approach, sanitation chain, innovation

Tuesday - 16:30 - 18:00

THEME

People

ROOM

Room 23

DESCRIPTION

[OS-TP-17]

The indicator of success on reaching SDG target sanitation is the proportion of the population using safely managed sanitation services, which means “excreta are safely disposed in-situ or transported and treated off-site”. This session will provide an opportunity to discuss sanitation chain through the stages of collection, storage, transport, treatment and recycling/reuse of faecal matter. Participants will consider innovative technological, social and economic models that can accelerate progress towards achieving safely managed sanitation services. Participants will also examine ways of sustaining these services in a global context of rapid urbanization and high population growth, especially in developing countries with limited financial resources.
MEMBERS OF THE SESSION COORDINATION GROUP
Brazilian Association of Sanitary and Environmental
Engineering - ABES (Brazil)
Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Paraíba – IFPB Princesa Isabel (Brazil), tbc
SUEZ Group (France)
Ethiopian Civil Service University, Department of Environment and Climate Change (Ethiopia)
Sanitation Company of Minas Gerais - COPASA (Brazil)

SESSION PARTICIPANTS

• Marisa de Oliveira Guimarães ABES – Brazil
• Mathilde Saada Suez Group – France
• Christophe Le Jallé  pSEau – France
• Jerson Kelman  Water and Sewage Company of the State of São Paulo (Sabesp) – Brazil
• Martin Gambrill  World Bank
• Abdoulaye Faye  ONAS, Senegal
• Mekonnen Maschal Tarekgn  Ethiopian Civil Service University, Addis Ababa – Ethiopia
• Pierre Victoria  VEOLIA – France