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Sustainable water-pollution control technologies in the South - issues and options



Sustainable water-pollution control technologies in the South - issues and options



Waterlines 14(1): 5-7



Water pollution and pollution control measures in Developing Countries are discussed with a focus on waste water treatment, sanitation and quality standards using appropriate technologies to ensure sustainability.

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