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File:Ochieng, Francis Xavier - 2010 - Survey Report on Plastic Tube Digesters in Kenya.pdf

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GIZ Endev (German International Cooperation – Energizing Development Program) has positive experience with the use of plastic tube digesters (PTDs) in several South American countries and therefore has supported efforts to test the technology in Rwanda as well. Within that context, a limited survey was carried out in November 2010 in Kenya where these digesters have been installed and used for a number of years. The article below provides the main findings of this field survey and also draws on the results of another study performed independently by Kenyan researchers in 2009. Both studies show that hundreds of plastic tube digesters have been installed in the country over the last decade and that over 80% are in operating condition.

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