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R. Shaw and Smith, M., Technical brief no. 50 : sanitary surveying, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 15-18 : 2 boxes, 3 fig, 2003.
E. G. Wagner and Pinheiro, R. G., Upgrading water treatment plants. London, UK: E & FN Spon, 2001, p. 232 p. : fig., tab.
I. Soumanagaoh, Assainissement de la ville de Mantankari. Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFLA), Lausanne, Switzerland, p. 49 p., 2000.
L. Ash and Rettie, M. J., Achieving competitiveness through cultural change, Journal American Water Works Association, pp. p. 47-56 : 1 fig., 1 tab., boxes, photogr., 1998.
D. Ministere SN, Assainissement de la ville de Saint-Louis : diagnostic de la situation actuelle : rapport final. Centre Regional pour l'Eau Potable et l'Assainissement a Faible Cout (CREPA), Dakar, Senegal, p. 25 p. : photogr., 1998.
D. Wise, Cross-training benefits Oregon plant, Journal American Water Works Association, 1998.
J. T. Visscher, J. M., L., and G. C., G., Multi-stage filtration : an innovative water treatment technology, vol. no. 34-E. The Hague, The Netherlands: IRC, 1998, p. xiii, 165 p. : 68 fig., 60 tab.
J. Wolf and Mahmood, S., Chlorination disinfection project combats Aral Sea crisis, Water and wastewater international, pp. p. 6-9 : photogr., 1997.
C. D. Swartz, van der Walt, C. J., and van der Merwe, P. J., Evaluation of direct series filtration for the treatment of South African surface waters, vol. no. 354/1/97. Pretoria, South Africa: Water Research Commission, WRC, 1997, p. xiv, 50 p. + annexes (98 p.) : fig., photogr., tab.
I. N. Aims Resea Bhubaneswar, Social and technical feasibility study of iron removal plants in Phulbani. Aims Research, Bhubaneshwar, India, p. v, 34 p. : 3 fig., 1 map, 22 tab., 1997.
N. Graham and Collins, R., Advances in slow sand and alternative biological filtration. Wiley, Chichester, UK, p. xvii, 461 p. : fig., tab., 1996.
S. Mesfin, Experiences with slow sand filtration in Ethiopia, in Advances in slow sand and alternative biological filtration, 1996, pp. P. 379-387 : 3 fig.
WHO -Geneva, CH, World Health Organization, Upgrading drinking water treatment plants : a manual for design and operation. World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland, p. ca. 400 p. : fig., ill., tab., 1996.
P. G. Nembrini, Water supply in Rwanda : from war to sustainability, in Sustainability of water and sanitation systems : proceedings of the 21st WEDC conference, Kampala, Uganda, 4-8 September 1995, 1996, pp. P. 70-72 : 1 tab.
J. Narrowe, Olsson, B., Asfaw, N., Tefera, E., and Negussie, A., Water supply system in Dodota - Ethiopia, vol. no. 96/23. Stockholm, Sweden: SIDA, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, 1996, p. iii, 58 p. : ill., tab.
K. N. Scott, Green, J. F., Do, H. D., and McLean, S. J., Arsenic removal by coagulation, Journal American Water Works Association, pp. p. 114-126: 5 fig., 10 tab., 1995.
W. J. Voortman, Bailey, I. W., Reddy, C. D., and Rencken, G. E., Disinfection methods for package water treatment plants, Water supply : the review journal of the International Water Supply Association, pp. p. 203-218 : 9 fig., 10 tab., 1995.


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