Video: Sasha Kramer Talks Sustainable Sanitation with IWA

SOIL Co-Founder and Executive Director Dr. Sasha Kramer recently presented on SOIL’s work and alternatives to water-based sewage at the first IWA-IDB Innovation Conference on Sustainable Use of Water 2019 in Ecuador.

Watch the video see what Sasha had to say about why it’s important to think outside the sewer.

Sustainable alternatives to water-based sewage from IWA on Vimeo.

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