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Smart water solutions : examples of innovative, low-cost technologies for wells, pumps, storage, irrigation and water treatment

The first edition of this book was prepared by the Netherlands Water Partnership, as a contribution to the Third World Water Forum which was held in March 2003 in Kyoto, Japan. This third edition has been published on the occasion of the Fourth World Water Forum in Mexico. The book tries to bridge the gap between what should be done and what can be done by showing visitors of the Forum, politicians, civil servants, managers and others, that in many cases implementing low cost technologies on a big scale can be an alternative to costly major water infrastructures with their complicated management problems. Low-resolution images are used to enable quick downloading when using a slow Internet connection. From the subject pages links are provided to relevant web sites.

TitleSmart water solutions : examples of innovative, low-cost technologies for wells, pumps, storage, irrigation and water treatment
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2006
AuthorsIRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, The Hague, NL, Agromisa -Wageningen, NL, Simavi -Haarlem, NL, Netherlands Water Partnership -The Hague, NL, NWP, Practica -Papendrecht, NL
Edition3rd ed.
Pagination48 p. : photogr., techn. drwngs
Date Published2006-01-01
PublisherNetherlands Water Partnership (NWP)
Place PublishedDelft, The Netherlands
Keywordsappropriate technology, irrigation, pumps, sdiwat, water storage, water treatment, wells
Abstract

The first edition of this book was prepared by the Netherlands Water Partnership, as a contribution to the Third World Water Forum which was held in March 2003 in Kyoto, Japan. This third edition has been published on the occasion of the Fourth World Water Forum in Mexico. The book tries to bridge the gap between what should be done and what can be done by showing visitors of the Forum, politicians, civil servants, managers and others, that in many cases implementing low cost technologies on a big scale can be an alternative to costly major water infrastructures with their complicated management problems. Low-resolution images are used to enable quick downloading when using a slow Internet connection. From the subject pages links are provided to relevant web sites.

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