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The domestic wastewater management in Indonesia : powerpoint presented at the seminar : " Application Ecosan and Resource Oriented Sanitation - The...

Almost half of the Indonesian populations have no accessibility to wastewaterfacilities, which can potentially pollute the body of water. By increasing both systems (on site and off site), the degradation of raw water quality can be reduced. The development of technology can play as the key role in improving these facilities. Community Participation is also very important to be concerned about. [authors abstract, one of the sheets]

TitleThe domestic wastewater management in Indonesia : powerpoint presented at the seminar : " Application Ecosan and Resource Oriented Sanitation - The...
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsSoewondo, P., Handajani, M.
Pagination22 slides; ill.
Date Published2012-03-01
PublisherInstitut Teknologi Bandung, ID
Place PublishedBandung, Indonesia
Keywordsindonesia, toxic wastes, waste management, water management, water quality
Abstract

Almost half of the Indonesian populations have no accessibility to wastewaterfacilities, which can potentially pollute the body of water. By increasing both systems (on site and off site), the degradation of raw water quality can be reduced. The development of technology can play as the key role in improving these facilities. Community Participation is also very important to be concerned about. [authors abstract, one of the sheets]

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