Our activities were supported by “The Sanitation Value Chain: Designing Sanitation Systems as Eco-Community Value System” Project (principal investigator: Naoyuki Funamizu) of the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN; Project No. 14200107). We are grateful to the survey respondents who participated in the study and also thank all project members, members of the research unit of Clean Technology (LPTB) and Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) of Bandung, and Tia Fitriani Kusuma for their support and advice.
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