Sanitation planning in developing countries : added value of resource recovery

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Kerstens, S.M.;
  • Publisher: Wageningen University
  • Subject: waste water treatment | environmental technology | stedelijke planning | afvalbeheer | recovery | urban planning | afvalwaterbehandeling | Stedelijke plannen | sanitation | volksgezondheidsbevordering | ontwikkelingslanden | developing countries | waste treatment | milieutechnologie | terugwinning | afvalverwerking | waste management | Urban Plans

<p><strong>Sanitation planning in developing countries: Added value of resource recovery </strong></p> <p>Worldwide 2.5 billion people lack access to sanitation. This impacts human live, the environment and represents a loss of valuable resources that can be regained fr... View more
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