The utilisation of urine has showed many advantages according to different researchers and projects undertaken in different countries. However, even though hygiene quality is normally very high compared to faeces, certain risks still exist. Learn what the advantages and risks are and how they can be managed in this Urine Utilisation Literature Review.
UPDATE: The updated version of this literature review is part of RUVIVAL Publication Series Volume 3. A working version of this paper was previously published and discussed online. It can be read here.
- Literature Review on the Utilisation of Urine as a Fertiliser in Agriculture (pp. 8 – 18)
- A Review of Terra Preta Sanitation with a Focus on the Research Outcomes of the Institute of Wastewater Management and Water Protection (AWW) (pp. 19 – 29)
- Literature Review on Water Efficiency in Agriculture: Sustainable Irrigation Methods (pp. 30 – 49)