Fecal Sludge Management (FSM) is the collection, transport, and treatment of fecal sludge from pit latrines, septic tanks, or other onsite sanitation systems for prevent the spread of gastrointestinal diseases and helminth eggs, as well as not polluting the environment. At present, NATS Laboratory offers training services are usually provided by formal and informal private sector services providers, local governments, water authorities, and public utilities. The service is operated by the NATS laboratory under the cooperation with competent and experienced speakers specialized in curriculum design and knowledge transfer. After the training, the trainees are expected to adopt the obtained knowledge and use in actual practices for your organization’s utmost benefits. In addition, the NATS laboratory training, which is designed to ultimately respond to the customers’ demands, can also save money in your organization’s budget.