Pete Ekstrand in Zaire alerted us to the book by that title, available free from the Swedish International Development Authority, Health Division U-B Segersky/asn, S-105 25 Stockholm, SWEDEN. The 133 page book is divided into three parts. Part I discusses various aspects of sanitation and disease and the use of composting to control disease. In part II, water-less sanitation systems that are in use in 10 Third World and three western nations are considered. Each discussion includes a description, a diagram and brief outline of advantages and disadvantages. Part III gives a detailed discussion of latrine components and construction and operating instructions. The appendix discusses various methods of fly control. The book is very liberally illustrated with drawings and diagrams.
ECHO Staff 1983. Sanitation Without Water. ECHO Development Notes no. 4