Subject: decentralized drinking water supply | R | electro-chlorination | oxidation | co-precipitation | Medicine | chlorination | Article | arsenic removal
Arsenic contamination in drinking water resources is of major concern in the Ganga delta plains of West Bengal in India and Bangladesh. Here, several laboratory and field studies on arsenic removal from drinking water resources were conducted in the past and the applica... View more
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