Many of us are diligent in storing food and water for emergency use, but tend to forget to store items we use every day to stay clean and healthy. Many of these items would become luxuries during an emergency while others can help prevent contamination and illness. Start by making two lists of non-food items. First, list the items you definitely will use.
Although inexperienced in the field of wastewater management, through a bit of research I was able to gain a basic understanding of the system. However, in rural areas, the most common option is a septic tank system. Since it may be difficult to plan pipelines around the limited roads in rural India, the septic system serves as a suitable alternative.
This blog is a response to the video posted by Matt Damon, co-founder of water.org, where he announces a toilet strike to raise awareness for the water crisis.
I enjoyed your video on water.org about going on a toilet strike. It is great that you are so passionate about realizing access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene for all.