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This policy report reviews the current status of waste management in Myanmar and confirms that it remains at a preliminary stage, attributed to challenges at both the national and city levels resulting from a range of technical, social, economic and institutional constraints.

This publication is a guide for government and city planners to identify financing mechanisms as they develop their own wastewater and sanitation projects.

This publication documents Japan’s experience in pursuing sustainable sanitation solutions in the context of economic development. Five case studies illustrate how sound sanitation policies are essential in achieving a nation’s growth.

This publication documents Japan’s experience in pursuing sustainable sanitation solutions in the context of economic development. Five case studies illustrate how sound sanitation policies are essential in achieving a nation’s growth.

The report provides an analysis of India's Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission estimates across key emission intensive sectors namely Energy, Industry, Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, and Land-use and Land-use Change and Waste, for the years 2007 to 2012.

This new book published by UNEP and SEI presents the why, what and how of sustainable sanitation and wastewater management today.

The purpose of the compendium is to provide information on sanitation technologies from across the sanitation value chain.

The Indian Railways has installed a waste to energy (WtE) plant for biodegradable waste in its residential colony at Kishanganj in Delhi and has plans to build two more WtE projects at New Delhi and Jaipur railway stations.

Proper awareness, collective behavior change, coupled with availability of sustainable technologies for construction and usage of toilets are important aspects of SBM. There are a wide range of hydro-geological conditions in different states of India. It is challenging to make one technology applicable in all areas.

This report aims to highlight some of the successful financial management practices adopted by Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) in India when implementing sewerage schemes.

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