Clean water is essential for good health. In today's industrialised world, many waterways are polluted and water requires treatment to become safe for consumption. Small-scale approaches to water treatment can help people who don’t have access to mains water supplies.
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यस प्राविधि ज्ञानमा खानेपानी शुद्धिकरण कसरी गर्नुका साथै खानेपानीका स्रोत बाढीको समयमा प्रदुषित हुनबाट जोगाउन र प्रतिकूल समयमा पनि प्रयोग गर्न र के कस्ता उपायहरु बारे जानकारी समावेश गरिएको छ।
Khadka, Rakesh, Published by Practical Action, Nepal on 2017
This brief outlines the different arsenic removal methods and technologies that are available for use with small-scale supplies in developing countries.
Sarah Matthews, Published by Practical Action on 2014
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Published on 2011
Artificial Aquifer Tube-well is an innovation to treat contaminated surface water for domestic use on the saline-prone coast and arsenic & iron contaminated parts of Bangladesh. The recharging...
ADB;Practical Action, Published on 2014
This document aims to serve as a guideline and to measure the achievement in reaching infrastructure quality to supply improved and durable access to water and sanitation. Global Water Initiative...
Published by The Global Water Initiative - GWI on 2013
Stewart is a Scottish agricultural engineer living in Tasmania who undertook an ABV (Australian Business Volunteers) assignment in Jakarta and Tanzania to introduce and organise the manufacture of...
Stewart Brown, Published on 2013
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AmRC;SLRCS, Published by AmRC & SLRCS on 2008
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Neil Noble, Published on 2014