Claudia Cossio Grageda

Arvoderad at Chalmers, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Water Environment Technology

Claudia Cossio is a PhD student through SIDA collaboration with the Universidad Mayor de San Simon at Cochabamba-Bolivia under the framework of the Integrated Water Resources Management. Her research focuses on the sustainability of small-scale wastewater treatment plants in Bolivia. The aim of the research project is to improve the wastewater management in small towns in developing countries, contributing to the achievement of one of the Sustainable Development Goals (6) for reducing the proportion of untreated wastewater and substantially increase safe reuse globally.

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2018

Wastewater management in small towns - understanding the failure of small treatment plants in Bolivia

Claudia Cossio Grageda, Jennifer R Mc Conville, Britt-Marie Wilen et al
Environmental Technology (United Kingdom). Vol. 39 (11), p. 1393-1403
Journal article
2018

Importance of triggers and veto-barriers for the implementation of sanitation in informal peri-urban settlements – The case of cochabamba, Bolivia

Ida Helgegren, Sebastien Rauch, Claudia Cossio Grageda et al
PLoS ONE. Vol. 13 (4)
Journal article

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2013–2017

Integrated Water Resource Management (IRWM) – Water Quality, Pollution and Treatment

Sebastien Rauch Water Environment Technology
Jenny Norrman GeoEngineering
Claudia Cossio Grageda GeoEngineering
SIDA

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