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In emergency situations, time pressure constitutes one of the most challenging factors for the design of an adequate response strategy. Within the…
Last updated 27 April 2018
Waste Stabilization Ponds (WSPs) are large, man-made water bodies. The ponds can be used individually, or linked in a series for improved treatment.…
Last updated 07 June 2018
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Last updated 27 April 2018
Domestic water use represents a growing proportion of global water use. Water use optimisation means resistance to chronic and short-term water…
Last updated 27 April 2018
Reusing water in industry has the potential to reduce the costs of water supply and wastewater treatment by industries and reduces pressure on water…
Last updated 27 April 2018
This section deals with software and hardware measures that are commonly applied for waste(water) treatment in Sub-Saharan Africa. Waste(water)…
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Last updated 27 April 2018
Chlorination, which means adding active chlorine (sodium hypochlorite) to water, is the most common method used for disinfecting of drinking water.…
Last updated 06 June 2018
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Water of a desired quality is often scarce, and has to be allocated to different uses such as human consumption, sanitation, the production of food,…
Last updated 27 April 2018
Last updated 27 April 2018
Water balance estimation is an important tool to assess the current status and trends in water resource availability in an area over a specific…
Last updated 27 April 2018