CO-CULTURAL REFLECTIONS ON THE (UN)SUSTAINABILITY OF A DECENTRALIZED WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM FOR THE URBAN POOR IN PETOJO UTARA, JAKARTA

T. WIDIASTUTI, Bakrie University
2019 Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Braşov: Series VII: Social Sciences, Law  
Clean water is a basic human need whose existence is getting smaller so that various water management efforts are needed, including from wastewater. DEWATS stands for is a decentralized wastewater treatment system. Three aspects must be considered when planning health facility provisions in urban areas, specifically: physical aspects related to the quality of the physical facilities, like the maintenance of the water supply and sanitation activities; social and institutional aspects related to
more » ... aspects related to the ability and willingness of the community to carry out the operations and maintenance of water supply and sanitation; and health and environmental aspects.
doi:10.31926/but.ssl.2019.12.61.2.19 fatcat:ct5vyrglzndhvnk7ngaqbswp4e