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Resource recovery from waste : business models for energy, nutrient and water reuse in low- and middle-income countries / edited by Miriam Otoo and Pay Drechsel.

Contributor(s): Otoo, Miriam [editor.] | Drechsel, Pay [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2018Description: xvi, 815 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781138016552 (hbk.).Subject(s): Recycling (Waste, etc.) -- Developing countries -- Econometric models | Recycling (Waste, etc.) -- Developed countries -- Econometric modelsDDC classification: 628.44580684 OTO
Contents:
Foreword by Guy Hutton Section I Business models for a circular economy: Introduction1. Business Models for a Circular Economy: Linking Waste Management and Sanitation with Agriculture Pay Drechsel, Miriam Otoo, Krishna C. Rao and Munir A. Hanjra2. Defining and Analysing RRR Business Cases and Models Miriam Otoo, Solomie Gebrezgabher, Pay Drechsel, Krishna C. Rao, Sudarshana Fernando,Surendra K. Pradhan, Munir A. Hanjra, Manzoor Qadir and Mirko Winkler Section II Energy Recovery from Organic WasteEdited by Krishna Rao and Solomie Gebrezgabher3: Business Models on Solid Fuel Production from WasteCase: Briquettes from Agro-waste (Kampala Jellitone Suppliers, Uganda)Business Model 1: Briquettes from Agro Waste Case: Briquettes from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) (COOCEN, Rwanda)Case: Briquettes from Agro-waste and MSW (Eco-Fuel Africa, Uganda)Business Model 2: Briquettes from MSW 4. Business Models for in-house Biogas Production for Energy SavingsCase: Biogas from Fecal Sludge and Kitchen Waste at PrisonsCase: Biogas from Fecal Sludge at Community Scale (Sulabh, India)Case: Biogas from Fecal Sludge at Kibera Communities (Umande Trust, Kenya)Business Model 3: Biogas from Fecal Sludge at Community LevelCase: Biogas from Kitchen Waste for Internal Consumption (Wipro Employees Canteen, India)Business Model 4: Biogas from Kitchen Waste 5. Business Models for Sustainable and Renewable Power GenerationCase: Power from Livestock and Agricultural Waste for Rural Electrification (Santa Rosillo, Peru)Case: Power from Swine Manure for Industry's Internal Use (Sadia, Brazil)Case: Power from Animal and Slaughterhouse Waste for Industry's Internal Use (SuKarne, Mexico)Business Model 5: Power from ManureCase: Power from Agro-waste at Greenko's Ravikiran Power Project, IndiaCase: Power from Rice Husk for Rural Electrification by Husk Power, IndiaBusiness Model 6: Power from Agro-wasteCase: Power from MSW (Pune Municipal Corporation, India)Business Model 7: Power from MSW Case: Combined Heat and Power from Bagasse (Mumias Sugar Company, Kenya)Case: Power from Slaughter house Waste (Nyongara Slaughter House, Kenya)Case: Combined Heat and Power and Ethanol from Sugar Industry Waste (SSSSK, India)Case: Combined Heat and Power from Agro-industries Wastewater (TBEC, Thailand)Business Model 8: Onsite Combined Heat and Power from Agro-Waste 6. Business Models on Emerging Technologies/Bio-fuel Production from Agro-WasteCase: Bio-Ethanol from Cassava Waste (ETAVEN, Venezuela)Case: Organic Binder from Alcohol Production (Eco Biosis S.A., Mexico)Business Model 9: Bio-Ethanol and Chemical Products from Agro and Agro-industrial Waste Section III Nutrient and Organic Matter Recovery Edited by Miriam Otoo 7. Business Models on Partially Subsidized Composting at District LevelCase: MSW Composting for Cost Recovery (Mbale Compost Plant, Uganda) Case: Public Private Partnership-based MSW Composting (Greenfields Crops, Sri Lanka) Case: Fecal Sludge and MSW Composting for Cost Recovery (Balangoda Compost Plant, Sri Lanka)Business Model 10: Partially Subsidized Composting at District Level 8. Business Models on Subsidy-Free Community Based CompostingCase: Cooperative Model for Financially Sustainable MSW Composting (NAWACOM, Kenya)Business Model 11: Subsidy-Free Community Based Composting 9. Business Models on Large-Scale Composting for Revenue Generation Case: Inclusive, Public Private Partnership-based MSW Composting (A2Z, India)Case: MSW to Compost and Carbon Credits for Profit (IL&FS, India)Case: Partnership-Driven MSW Composting (KCDC, India)Case: Franchising Approach to MSW Composting (Terra Firma, India)Case: Socially driven MSW Composting for Profit (Waste Concern, Bangladesh)Business Model 12: Large-Scale Composting for Revenue Generation 10. Business Models on Nutrient Recovery from own Agro-Industrial WasteCase: Agricultural Waste to High Quality Compost (DuduTech, Kenya)Case: Enriched Compost Production from Sugar Industry Waste (PASIC, India)Case: Livestock Waste for Compost Production (ProBio, Mexico)Business Model 13: Nutrient Recovery from own Agro-Industrial Waste 11. Business Models on Compost Production for Sustainable Sanitation Service DeliveryCase: Fecal Sludge to High Nutritive Compost from Public Toilets (Rwanda Environment Care, Rwanda)Business Model 14: Compost Production for Sanitation Service Delivery 12. Business Models for Outsourcing Fecal Sludge Treatment to the Farm Case: Fecal sludge for on-farm use (Bangalore Honey Suckers, India) Business Model 15: Outsourcing Fecal Sludge Treatment to the Farm 13. Business Models on Phosphorus recovery from Excreta and WastewaterCase: Urine and fecal matter collection in Ouagadougou, Burkina FasoBusiness Model 16: Phosphorus Recovery from Wastewater at Scale Section IV Wastewater for Agriculture, Forestry and Aquaculture Edited by Pay Drechsel and Munir A. Hanjra 14. Business Models on institutional and regulatory pathways to cost recovery Case: Wastewater for fruit and wood production in Egypt Case: Wastewater and biosolids for fruit trees in TunisiaCase: Sub-urban wastewater treatment designed for Reuse and Replication, MoroccoBusiness Model 17: Wastewater for Greening the Desert 15. Business Models beyond Cost RecoveryCase: Wastewater for the production of fish feed in Bangladesh Case: A private-public partnership linking wastewater treatment and aquaculture in GhanaBusiness Model 18: Leapfrogging the value chain through aquaculture 16. Business Models for Cost sharing and Risk MinimizationCase: Viability Gap Funding in As-Samra, Jordan Business Model 19: Enabling private sector investment in large scale wastewater treatment 17. Business Models on Rural-Urban Water Trading Case: Fixed wastewater-freshwater swap in the Mashhad Plain, IranCase: Flexible wastewater-freshwater swap in the LIobregat delta, SpainBusiness Model 20: Inter-sectoral Water ExchangeCase: Growing opportunities for Mexico City to tap into the Tula aquiferCase: Revival of Amani Doddakere Tank near Bangalore, IndiaBusiness Model 21: Cities as their own downstream user 18. Business Models for increasing Safety in Informal Wastewater Irrigation Business Model 22: Corporate Social Responsibility as driver of changeBusiness Model 23: Wastewater as a commodity driving changeBusiness Model 24: Farmers' innovation capacity as driver of change Section V Enabling Environment and Financing 19. The Enabling Environment and Finance of Resource Recovery and Reuse Luca di Mario, Krishna C. Rao, and Pay Drechsel Frugal Innovations for the Circular Economy - An Epilogue by Prof. Jaideep Prabhu
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Foreword by Guy Hutton Section I Business models for a circular economy: Introduction1. Business Models for a Circular Economy: Linking Waste Management and Sanitation with Agriculture Pay Drechsel, Miriam Otoo, Krishna C. Rao and Munir A. Hanjra2. Defining and Analysing RRR Business Cases and Models Miriam Otoo, Solomie Gebrezgabher, Pay Drechsel, Krishna C. Rao, Sudarshana Fernando,Surendra K. Pradhan, Munir A. Hanjra, Manzoor Qadir and Mirko Winkler Section II Energy Recovery from Organic WasteEdited by Krishna Rao and Solomie Gebrezgabher3: Business Models on Solid Fuel Production from WasteCase: Briquettes from Agro-waste (Kampala Jellitone Suppliers, Uganda)Business Model 1: Briquettes from Agro Waste Case: Briquettes from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) (COOCEN, Rwanda)Case: Briquettes from Agro-waste and MSW (Eco-Fuel Africa, Uganda)Business Model 2: Briquettes from MSW 4. Business Models for in-house Biogas Production for Energy SavingsCase: Biogas from Fecal Sludge and Kitchen Waste at PrisonsCase: Biogas from Fecal Sludge at Community Scale (Sulabh, India)Case: Biogas from Fecal Sludge at Kibera Communities (Umande Trust, Kenya)Business Model 3: Biogas from Fecal Sludge at Community LevelCase: Biogas from Kitchen Waste for Internal Consumption (Wipro Employees Canteen, India)Business Model 4: Biogas from Kitchen Waste 5. Business Models for Sustainable and Renewable Power GenerationCase: Power from Livestock and Agricultural Waste for Rural Electrification (Santa Rosillo, Peru)Case: Power from Swine Manure for Industry's Internal Use (Sadia, Brazil)Case: Power from Animal and Slaughterhouse Waste for Industry's Internal Use (SuKarne, Mexico)Business Model 5: Power from ManureCase: Power from Agro-waste at Greenko's Ravikiran Power Project, IndiaCase: Power from Rice Husk for Rural Electrification by Husk Power, IndiaBusiness Model 6: Power from Agro-wasteCase: Power from MSW (Pune Municipal Corporation, India)Business Model 7: Power from MSW Case: Combined Heat and Power from Bagasse (Mumias Sugar Company, Kenya)Case: Power from Slaughter house Waste (Nyongara Slaughter House, Kenya)Case: Combined Heat and Power and Ethanol from Sugar Industry Waste (SSSSK, India)Case: Combined Heat and Power from Agro-industries Wastewater (TBEC, Thailand)Business Model 8: Onsite Combined Heat and Power from Agro-Waste 6. Business Models on Emerging Technologies/Bio-fuel Production from Agro-WasteCase: Bio-Ethanol from Cassava Waste (ETAVEN, Venezuela)Case: Organic Binder from Alcohol Production (Eco Biosis S.A., Mexico)Business Model 9: Bio-Ethanol and Chemical Products from Agro and Agro-industrial Waste Section III Nutrient and Organic Matter Recovery Edited by Miriam Otoo 7. Business Models on Partially Subsidized Composting at District LevelCase: MSW Composting for Cost Recovery (Mbale Compost Plant, Uganda) Case: Public Private Partnership-based MSW Composting (Greenfields Crops, Sri Lanka) Case: Fecal Sludge and MSW Composting for Cost Recovery (Balangoda Compost Plant, Sri Lanka)Business Model 10: Partially Subsidized Composting at District Level 8. Business Models on Subsidy-Free Community Based CompostingCase: Cooperative Model for Financially Sustainable MSW Composting (NAWACOM, Kenya)Business Model 11: Subsidy-Free Community Based Composting 9. Business Models on Large-Scale Composting for Revenue Generation Case: Inclusive, Public Private Partnership-based MSW Composting (A2Z, India)Case: MSW to Compost and Carbon Credits for Profit (IL&FS, India)Case: Partnership-Driven MSW Composting (KCDC, India)Case: Franchising Approach to MSW Composting (Terra Firma, India)Case: Socially driven MSW Composting for Profit (Waste Concern, Bangladesh)Business Model 12: Large-Scale Composting for Revenue Generation 10. Business Models on Nutrient Recovery from own Agro-Industrial WasteCase: Agricultural Waste to High Quality Compost (DuduTech, Kenya)Case: Enriched Compost Production from Sugar Industry Waste (PASIC, India)Case: Livestock Waste for Compost Production (ProBio, Mexico)Business Model 13: Nutrient Recovery from own Agro-Industrial Waste 11. Business Models on Compost Production for Sustainable Sanitation Service DeliveryCase: Fecal Sludge to High Nutritive Compost from Public Toilets (Rwanda Environment Care, Rwanda)Business Model 14: Compost Production for Sanitation Service Delivery 12. Business Models for Outsourcing Fecal Sludge Treatment to the Farm Case: Fecal sludge for on-farm use (Bangalore Honey Suckers, India) Business Model 15: Outsourcing Fecal Sludge Treatment to the Farm 13. Business Models on Phosphorus recovery from Excreta and WastewaterCase: Urine and fecal matter collection in Ouagadougou, Burkina FasoBusiness Model 16: Phosphorus Recovery from Wastewater at Scale Section IV Wastewater for Agriculture, Forestry and Aquaculture Edited by Pay Drechsel and Munir A. Hanjra 14. Business Models on institutional and regulatory pathways to cost recovery Case: Wastewater for fruit and wood production in Egypt Case: Wastewater and biosolids for fruit trees in TunisiaCase: Sub-urban wastewater treatment designed for Reuse and Replication, MoroccoBusiness Model 17: Wastewater for Greening the Desert 15. Business Models beyond Cost RecoveryCase: Wastewater for the production of fish feed in Bangladesh Case: A private-public partnership linking wastewater treatment and aquaculture in GhanaBusiness Model 18: Leapfrogging the value chain through aquaculture 16. Business Models for Cost sharing and Risk MinimizationCase: Viability Gap Funding in As-Samra, Jordan Business Model 19: Enabling private sector investment in large scale wastewater treatment 17. Business Models on Rural-Urban Water Trading Case: Fixed wastewater-freshwater swap in the Mashhad Plain, IranCase: Flexible wastewater-freshwater swap in the LIobregat delta, SpainBusiness Model 20: Inter-sectoral Water ExchangeCase: Growing opportunities for Mexico City to tap into the Tula aquiferCase: Revival of Amani Doddakere Tank near Bangalore, IndiaBusiness Model 21: Cities as their own downstream user 18. Business Models for increasing Safety in Informal Wastewater Irrigation Business Model 22: Corporate Social Responsibility as driver of changeBusiness Model 23: Wastewater as a commodity driving changeBusiness Model 24: Farmers' innovation capacity as driver of change Section V Enabling Environment and Financing 19. The Enabling Environment and Finance of Resource Recovery and Reuse Luca di Mario, Krishna C. Rao, and Pay Drechsel Frugal Innovations for the Circular Economy - An Epilogue by Prof. Jaideep Prabhu

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