Patna, the state capital of Bihar, is situated on the southern bank of Ganga River. The total population of the city is 1.68 million with decadal growth rate of 22% and annual growth rate of 2.1%, as per the 2011 census. 92.3% of households in Patna have toilet facilities with 21.5% of the toilets connected to the sewer system, 65.5% of the toilets connected to septic tanks and 2.8% with pit latrines and other systems. Moreover, 2.4% of the households are dependent on public toilets and 5% practice open defecation.
Date of production: 10/01/2017
Last update: 06/02/2018
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98% on-site sanitation technologies (pit latrines, septic tanks, biogas digesters)
2% open defecation
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