Tag Archives: Sanitisation

Social aspects of recycling household wastes: perspectives from Jordan

We were at the Hashemite University in Jordan last week, teaching a group of young students how we can safely recycle different household waste fractions. As part of this week-long course, we organised a day of interactive seminars and a role playing game to improve awareness among the students about the psychology, decision making, and socio-technical aspects of recycling waste.

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Teaching students in Jordan about safe nutrient recycling

This week, we (Sahar Dalahmeh, Mikael Pell, Annika Nordin, Cecilia Lalander, and Prithvi Simha) are in Jordan, conducting a 1-week course on recycling of various household waste fractions. The course is given at the Hashemite University, located about 50 km away from the capital city Amman. A group of about 20 very enthusiastic and inquistive students are learning about various topics such as wastewater microbiology, hygienisation, urine diversion and dehydration, vermi- and black soldier fly composting, on-site wastweater treatment, etc.

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Book chapter within the framework of the Global Water Pathogen Project about Salmonella in relation to wastewater

The chapter brings up, occurrence, epidemiology, analysing techniques and treatment technology. The chapter is available at the link below

Hasan, R., Nordin, A.C., Shakoor, S., Keenum, I. and Vinneras, B. 2019. Salmonella, Enteric Fevers, and Salmonellosis. In: J.B. Rose and B. Jiménez-Cisneros, (eds) Global Water Pathogen Project. http://www.waterpathogens.org ( A. Pruden, N. Ashbolt and J. Miller (eds) Part 3 Baceteria) http://www.waterpathogens.org/book/salmonella-enteric-fevers-salmonellosis. Michigan State University, E. Lansing, MI, UNESCO.
https://doi.org/10.14321/waterpathogens.27