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1999
Sistema de tratamiento de aguas servidas por medio de humedales artificiales. p. 217 p., 1999.
Ferdausi, S.A., Study of low-cost arsenic mitigation technologies for application in rural Bangladesh, vol. no. 087. IHE (International Institute for Infrastructural, Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering), Delft, The Netherlands, p. x, 119 p. + annexes (ca. 45 p.) : 41 fig., 31 tab., 1999.
Willems, M., Sustainable urban water management and sanitation : working paper. IHE (International Institute for Infrastructural, Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering), Delft, The Netherlands, p. 17 p. : 16 boxes, 1999.
Ireland Aid -Dublin, IE. Evaluation and Audit Unit, Synthesis review : Ireland Aid in the water and sanitation sector. Volume 1: main report. Ireland, Department of Foreign Affairs, Dublin, Ireland, p. vi, 48 p. : boxes, fig., photogr., 1999.
Ireland Aid -Dublin, IE. Evaluation and Audit Unit, Synthesis review : Ireland Aid in the water and sanitation sector. Volume 2. Annexes. Ireland, Department of Foreign Affairs, Dublin, Ireland, p. ca. 162 p., photogr., tabs., 1999.
Majumdar, M., Transforming people's lives : the treadle pump in India, Gate : technology and development, pp. p. 14-20 : 2 drwngs., 1 ill., 2 photogr., 1999.
1998
Talbot, R., Clean water to benefit India's children and environment, Waterfront, pp. p. 5, 12-13, 1998.
Mercado, A., Disinfection systems of appropriate technology in Cochabamba, Bolivia. Universidad Mayor de San Simon, Cochabamba, Bolivia, p. 11 p. : 6 fig., 2 tab., 1998.
Gunston, H., Field hydrology in tropical countries : a practical introduction. London, UK: IT Publications, 1998, p. 108 p. : fig., photogr.
Bandyopadhyay, J., Nigam, A., Gujja, B., and Talbot, R., Fresh water for India's children and nature : learning from local-level approaches. UNICEF, New Delhi, India, p. xvi, 51 p. : 22 boxes, 2 fig., 1 map, 11 tab., 1998.
Institute of Hydrology -Wallingford, GB, Lovell, C.J., and Murata, M., Garden irrigation : alternative techniques and technology diffusion in dry regions, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 23-25 : 2 photogr., 1 tab., 1998.
Grupo de Tecnologia del Agua -Barcelona, ES, Gestion y tecnologias apropiadas para el agua en pequenos nucleos habitados = Suitable water management and technologies for small settlements = Gestion et technologies appropiees de l'eau pour les petits ensembles habites. Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Grupo de Tecnologia del Agua, Barcelona, Spain, p. ca. 110 p., 1998.
Grupo de Tecnologia del Agua -Barcelona, ES, Gestion y tecnologias apropiadas para el agua en pequenos nucleos habitados. Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Grupo de Tecnologia del Agua, Barcelona, Spain, 1998.
Talbot, R. and Mudgal, A.K., Guidelines for selection and standardisation of handpump technology, vol. no. 1. SKAT (Swiss Centre for Development Cooperation in Technology and Management), St. Gallen, Switzerland, p. 4 p. : 3 drwngs., 3 photgr., 1998.
Ryan, F., How to convert sea water into drinking water : an easy-to-use manual. Bangalore, India: Books for Change, 1998, p. x, 43 p. : drwngs.
Smets, P., Marketing as an alternative for toilet schemes with a credit component in Andhra Pradesh, Nagarlok, pp. p. 52-66 : 2 fig, 5 tab., 1998.
Khan, A.H., Orangi Pilot Project : reminiscences and reflections, Expanded ed. Karachi, Pakistan: Oxford University Press, 1998, p. xiv, 175 p. : 35 photogr.
Whitby, G., Primary community school construction, Appropriate technology, pp. p. 30-32 : 1 box, 1998.
UNEP International Environmental Technology Centre -Osaka/Shiga, JP, IETC, Proceedings of the international experts meeting on sustainable management of waste water and storm water, Osaka, Japan, 6-8 May 1998, vol. no. 1. UNEP International Environmental Technology Centre, Osaka, Japan, p. v, 120 p. : fig., tab., 1998.
Bakalian, A. and Katakura, Y., PROSANEAR : people, poverty and pipes : a programme of community participation and low-cost technology bringing water and sanitation to Brazil's urban poor. World Bank, Washington, DC, USA, p. 32 p. : 6 boxes, 1 photogr., 8 tab., 1998.
Hassinen-Ali Azzani, T., Galal, R., and Rahman, F.A., Regional water supply and sanitation project Beni Suef Governorate : customer opinion study on low cost sanitation. Beni Suef Governorate, p. 13 p. + 3 p. annex, 1998.
Regallet, G. and Gungoran, B., The six elements : managing water in Central Asia, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 19-21 : 1 box, 1 photogr., 1998.
SOPAC -Suva, FJ and UNEP International Environmental Technology Centre -Osaka/Shiga, JP, IETC, Source book of alternative technologies for freshwater augmentation in small island developing states, vol. no. 8E. Osaka, Japan: UNEP International Environmental Technology Centre, 1998, p. x, 223 p. : drwngs.
Institute of Water and Sanitation Development -Harare, ZW, IWSD, TREND -Kumasi, GH, Training, Research and Networking for Development, NETWAS -Nairobi, KE, Network for Water and Sanitation, UNEP International Environmental Technology Centre -Osaka/Shiga, JP, IETC, CREPA -Ouagadougou, BF, Centre Regional pour l'Eau Potable et l'Assainissement a Faible Cout, and UNEP -Nairobi, KE, Source book of alternative technologies for freshwater augmentation in Africa, vol. no. 8A. Osaka, Japan: UNEP International Environmental Technology Centre, 1998, p. x, 173 p. : ill., tab.
UNEP International Environmental Technology Centre -Osaka/Shiga, JP, IETC and Organization of American States -Washington, DC, US, OAS, Source book of alternative technologies for freshwater augmentation in Latin America and the Caribbean, vol. no. 8D. UNEP International Environmental Technology Centre, Osaka, Japan, p. x, 247 p. : drwngs., 1998.

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