New study gauges interest in container-based sanitation in Haiti

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The paper 'User perceptions of and willingness to pay for household container-based sanitation services: experience from Cap Haitien, Haiti' is now freely available online, ahead of its October print publication in Environment and Urbanization.

'User perceptions of and willingness to pay for household container-based sanitation services' was authored by a varied team of academics, engineers and NGO professionals. The authors briefly describe the benefits of container-based sanitation, which uses a removable container and dry cover material to minimize the impact on the environment and limited space. Russel, Tilmans, Kramer, Sklar, Tillias and Davis then explore urban Haitian households' interest in retaining container-based sanitation following a free pilot.

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