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The role of environmental engineering in the preventive control of water-borne diseases in developing countries



The role of environmental engineering in the preventive control of water-borne diseases in developing countries



Royal Society of Health Journal 99(3): 120-126



The problem of water-borne diseases (for example malaria, onchocerciasis and schistosomiasis) in developing countries is reviewed. Domestic wastewater, the rural human waste disposal problem, urban wastewater, vector control and chemical pollution are considered.

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