Dr. Charles B. Niwagaba
Dr. Charles B. Niwagaba
Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Makerere University
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Faecal sludge management: Systems approach for implementation and operation
L Strande, M Ronteltap, DE Brdjanovic
IWA Publishing 1, 432, 2014
Sustainable sanitation technology options for urban slums
AY Katukiza, M Ronteltap, CB Niwagaba, JWA Foppen, F Kansiime, ...
Biotechnology advances 30 (5), 964-978, 2012
Inactivation of bacteria and viruses in human urine depending on temperature and dilution rate
B Vinnerås, A Nordin, C Niwagaba, K Nyberg
Water research 42 (15), 4067-4074, 2008
Selection of sustainable sanitation technologies for urban slums—A case of Bwaise III in Kampala, Uganda
AY Katukiza, M Ronteltap, A Oleja, CB Niwagaba, F Kansiime, PNL Lens
Science of the total environment 409 (1), 52-62, 2010
A value proposition: Resource recovery from faecal sludge—Can it be the driver for improved sanitation?
S Diener, S Semiyaga, CB Niwagaba, AM Muspratt, JB Gning, ...
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 88, 32-38, 2014
Sanitation facilities in Kampala slums, Uganda: users' satisfaction and determinant factors
IK Tumwebaze, CG Orach, C Niwagaba, C Luthi, HJ Mosler
International journal of environmental health research 23 (3), 191-204, 2013
Bench-scale composting of source-separated human faeces for sanitation
C Niwagaba, M Nalubega, B Vinnerås, C Sundberg, H Jönsson
Waste Management 29 (2), 585-589, 2009
Fuel potential of faecal sludge: calorific value results from Uganda, Ghana and Senegal
AM Muspratt, T Nakato, C Niwagaba, H Dione, J Kang, L Stupin, ...
Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development 4 (2), 223-230, 2013
Descending the sanitation ladder in urban Uganda: evidence from Kampala Slums
J Kwiringira, P Atekyereza, C Niwagaba, I Günther
BMC public health 14 (1), 624, 2014
Are pit latrines in urban areas of Sub-Saharan Africa performing? A review of usage, filling, insects and odour nuisances.
A Nakagiri, BC Niwagaba, MP Nyenje, NR Kulabako, JB Tumuhairwe, ...
BMC Public Health 16 (120), 1-16, 2016
Comparing microbial die-off in separately collected faeces with ash and sawdust additives
C Niwagaba, RN Kulabako, P Mugala, H Jönsson
Waste Management 29 (7), 2214-2219, 2009
Treatment technologies for human faeces and urine
C Niwagaba
Microbial and chemical contamination of water, sediment and soil in the Nakivubo wetland area in Kampala, Uganda
S Fuhrimann, M Stalder, MS Winkler, CB Niwagaba, M Babu, G Masaba, ...
Environmental monitoring and assessment 187 (7), 475, 2015
Reverse logistics system and recycling potential at a landfill: A case study from Kampala City
JR Kinobe, G Gebresenbet, CB Niwagaba, B Vinnerås
Waste Management 42, 82–92, 2015
Decentralized options for faecal sludge management in urban slum areas of Sub-Saharan Africa: A review of technologies, practices and end-uses
S Semiyaga, MAE Okure, CB Niwagaba, AY Katukiza, F Kansiime
Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 2015
Determinants of households' cleaning intention for shared toilets: case of 50 slums in Kampala, Uganda
IK Tumwebaze, CB Niwagaba, I Günther, HJ Mosler
Habitat International 41, 108-113, 2014
Grey water characterisation and pollutant loads in an urban slum
AY Katukiza, M Ronteltap, CB Niwagaba, F Kansiime, PNL Lens
International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology 12 (2), 423-436, 2015
Optimization of waste collection and disposal in Kampala city
JR Kinobe, T Bosona, G Gebresenbet, CB Niwagaba, B Vinnerås
Habitat International 49, 126-137, 2015
Shared toilet users’ collective cleaning and determinant factors in Kampala slums, Uganda
IK Tumwebaze, HJ Mosler
BMC public health 14 (1), 1260, 2014
Reverse Logistics Related to Waste Management with Emphasis on Developing Countries—A Review Paper
JR Kinobe, G Gebresenbet, B Vinnerås
Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering, 1104-1118, 2012
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