|Prelims (Figures, Acronyms, About the authors, Preface)|
|2. Designed to close the loop|
|3. Operations and maintenance|
|4. Research and development|
|5. Social acceptance|
|6. Lessons learned|
|Back Matter (Annex 1. Job descriptions of the project experts, Annex 2. Cost-benefit analysis of the EETP ecological sanitation system, Acknowledgements, Notes, References)|
Arno Rosemarin is with the Stockholm Environment Institute.
Jennifer McConville is with the Stockholm Environment Institute.
Amparo Flores is with the Centre for Sustainable Development, Cambridge University.
Zhu Qiang is Former Director and Chief Engineer and Research Professor of the Gansu Research Institute for Water Conservancy China.
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