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J. Fawell, Bailey, K., Chilton, J., Dahi, E., Fewtrell, L., and Magara, Y., Fluoride in drinking water. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization (WHO), 2006, p. x, 134 p. : fig., tab.
M. K. C. Sridhar, Coker, A. O., and Martins, E. A., Management of septic sludge in southwest Nigeria, in Towards the millennium development goals - actions for water and environmental sanitation : proceedings of the 29th WEDC conference, Abuja, Nigeria, 2003, Loughborough, UK, 2003, pp. P. 13-15 : 2 tab.
M. M. Frey, Owen, D. M., Chowdhury, Z. K., Raucher, R. S., and Edwards, M. A., Cost to utilities of a lower MCL for arsenic, Journal American Water Works Association, pp. p. 89-102 : 6 fig., 8 tab., 1998.
T. Viraraghavan, Subramanian, K. S., and Swaninathan, T. V., Drinking water without arsenic : a review of treatment technologies, vol. no. 37, 1994. Bangkok, Thailand: Environmental Systems Information Center, 1996, p. 35 p.: 14 tab.
D. D. Mara and Oragui, J. I., Enumeration of rotaviruses in tropical wastewaters, vol. no. 10. Leeds, UK: University of Leeds, Department of Civil Engineering, 1996, p. ix, 55 p. : tab.
J. Gnadlinger, Lime : the great sealer : constructing low-cost, sub-surface rainwater tanks in Brazil, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 11-14: 2 fig., 1 tab., 2 photogr., 1995.
D. D. Mara, Taylor, H. D., and Gambrill, M. P., Lime treatment of municipal wastewater, vol. no. 3. Leeds, UK: University of Leeds, Department of Civil Engineering, 1994, p. viii, 45 p. : fig., tab.
K. R. Bulusu and Nawlakhe, W. G., Defluoridation. National Environmental Engineering Research Institute, NEERI, Nagpur, India, p. viii, 61 p., [7] p. pl.: 8 fig., 18 tab., 1992.
A. Dutta and Chaudhuri, M., Removal of arsenic from groundwater by lime softening with powdered coal additive, Aqua : journal of water supply research and technology, pp. p. 25-29: fig., 1991.
S. N. Kaul, Pathe, P. P., and Nandy, T., Physico-chemical treatment of domestic sewage, Asian environment, pp. p. 30-50: fig., tab., 1990.
Y. Badjo and Mouchet, P., Appropriate technologies : example of a large biological iron removal plant in Togo, Aqua : journal of water supply research and technology, pp. p. 197-206: fig., tab., 1989.
K. R. Bulusu and Nawlakhe, W. G., Nalgonda technique : a process for removal of excess fluoride from water, Water quality bulletin, pp. p. 218-220: fig., tab., 1989.
M. Chaudhuri and Sattar, S. A., Removal of human rotavirus from water by coal-based sorbents, Water quality bulletin, pp. p. 202-204: tab., 1989.
H. Mjengera, Excess fluoride in potable water in Tanzania and the defluoridation technology with emphasis on the use of polyaluminium chloride and magnesite, vol. no. 38. Tampere, Finland: Tampere University of Technology, Institute of Water and Environmental Engineeri, 1988, p. 83 p.: fig., tab.
I. Directorat ID, Cikapayang : water purification for villages using the iron rusting process, vol. no. 3. Indonesia, Directorate of Building Research, Bandung, Indonesia, p. 8 p., 1982.
O. J. Sproul, Critical review of virus removal by coagulation processes and pH modifications. US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory, Cincinnati, OH, USA, p. ix, 39 p., 1980.
I. Directorat ID, A simple water purification plant using the corrosion process of iron in water. DBR, Bandung, Indonesia, 1980.
V. Williams, Water treatment plant operation (rapid sand filter) : a training/job manual. Pan American Health Organization, Division of Environmental Health Protection, Bridgetown, Barbados, p. 72 p.: fig., 1980.
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