Provision of Sustainable Rural Sanitation systems

The Sanitation problem and challenges in the Eastern Cape is a major concern to teachers, scholars & officials from the DoE.

We have devised a cost effective monthly service plan that is aimed mainly at schools in rural areas.

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RURAL SANITATION SERVICE PLANS

 

Cost effective solutions

The Sanitation problem and challenges in the Eastern Cape is a major concern to teachers, scholars & officials from the DoE. We have devised a cost effective monthly service plan that is aimed mainly at schools in rural areas.

 

Flexible service plans

Our service plans range from 3 to 6 month plans and are payable in monthly instalments. Our service teams are equipped to undertake these tasks in a professional and cost effective way. Service plans vary dependant on your requirements, and are available over a 3 / 4 / 5 & 6 month period.

 

Janitor service

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Service Model for the Operation & Maintenance of rural sanitation systems

The service model will describe the approach that will be taken to complete the functions of servicing rural sanitation systems.

The service model will be based upon research that has been done by the Water Research Commission (K5/1610) on the use of a franchising in the water & sanitation sector.

The service model will focus on institutional and household sanitation entities within the South African market

There are a number of different types of sanitation systems at schools, clinics and households in our country. These include the following:

  • Dry sanitation
  • Ecological sanitation
  • Communal toilets
  • Movable top structures
  • Movable top structures
  • Communal toilets
  • Ventilated Pit Latrines
  • Unventilated Pit Latrines

As above mentioned systems all operate for a brief period of time, but most, if not all fail due to factors that were not considered during installation. These include:

  • Budget constraints
  • Needs analysis - is this what the school / home wants
  • Not sufficient education on the use of the toilet
  • No education on the maintenance of the sanitation system
  • No strategy from government on a standardized approach to the installation of rural sanitation for school & households
  • No maintenance plan for rural sanitation at schools & households