Water Treatment and Sanitation
A handbook of simple methods for rural areas in developing countries
The purpose of this handbook is to put together in a simple and logical form various aspects which must be considered when investigating the development of a water supply and sewage disposal scheme for a small community. This could be a rural village or small town, or a school or hospital situated too far from a piped system of water supply and therefore requiring its own source, treatment and pipeIines, and sewage disposal.
|1 The Selection of a Water Source and Simple Water Testing|
|2 Water Supply|
|3 Water Treatment|
|4 Foul Water and Excreta Disposal|
|5 Sewage Treatment|
|6 Final Water and Sludge Disposal|
|7 Temporary and Emergency Treatment|
Urban and semi‐urban planning in developing countries from a water and waste water treatment point of view
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