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1. Introduction
1.1 Objectives
1.2 Scope
1.3 Approach
2. Chlorine chemistry for disinfection
2.1 Chlorine compounds
2.2 Chlorine detection
2.3 Commercial chlorine products
2.4 Safety risks related to chlorine gas
2.5 On-site sodium hypochlorite generation
2.6 Sodium hypochlorite stability
2.7 Chlorine use, application and efficacy
3. Chlorine disinfection in Nepal
3.1 Background
3.2 Chlorine availability
3.3 Production process of the former Piyush
3.4 Production cost of the former Piyush
3.5 Former Piyush production data
4. The sodium hypochlorite generator
4.1 Description of the equipment
4.2 The installation procedure
4.2.1 Placement
4.2.2 Water source and waste water drain
4.2.3 Source of energy
4.2.4 Safety measures
4.2.5 Production cycle accessories
4.2.6 Salt
4.3 The production procedure
a) Planning the production cycle;
4.3.1 Planning the production cycle
4.3.2 Preparing the brine solution
4.3.3 Running the production cycle
4.3.4 Testing available chlorine concentration in the bulk solution
4.3.5 Bottling
4.3.6 Testing available chlorine concentration in the bottled solution
4.4 The cleaning procedure
4.5 Production process tests
4.5.1 Materials and methods
4.5.2 Determining the characteristics of the production cycle
4.5.3 Stability of hypochlorite solution before bottling
4.5.4 Consistency of hypochlorite solution quality after bottling
4.5.5 Consistency of hypochlorite solution quantity in the bottles
4.5.6 Stability of hypochlorite solution after bottling
4.5.7 Free Residual Chlorine tests
5. A Business Plan for Piyush
5.1 The business scenario
5.2 The business idea
5.3 The target market
5.3.1 Market segments10
5.3.2 Alternatives to Piyush
5.3.3 Competitive advantage of Piyush and customer’s behavior model
5.4.1 The product
5.4.2 The pricing strategy
5.4.3 The promotion and distribution strategy
5.5 Production and costs assessment
5.5.1 Production capacity
5.5.2 Production cost analysis
5.5.3 Cost comparison with the former production process
5.5.4 Alternative energy source cost
5.6 The micro-enterprise structure
5.7 Financial analysis
6. Sustainability of sodium hypochlorite generation in Nepal
6.1 Technical feasibility
6.1.1 The generator
6.1.2 Water and energy
6.1.3 Salt
6.1.4 Management commitment
6.1.5 Commitment and skills of local and expatriated personnel
6.1.6 Safety measures
6.1.7 Adequate placement
6.1.8 Other physical components
6.2 Economic viability
6.3 Social acceptability
7. Conclusions and recommendations
7.1 Recommendations on the Piyush production process
7.2 Recommendations on Piyush business plan
MATERIALS REQUIRED FOR SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE ON-SITE GENERATION
MODEL FOR COMPARING THE COST FOR THE USERS OF DIFFERENT DISINFECTION SYSTEMS
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