Published in: 2017
This handbook focuses on the requirements of the implementer. It aims to provide a concise resource for approaching and handling geogenic contamination (primarily arsenic and fluoride) in groundwater used for drinking and cooking purposes. It providesinformation on water quality testing, different treatment options and practical guidelines, including draft questionnaires, on the integration of technical, institutional and sociological aspects of the problem. It aim is to promote the sustainable mitigation of health issues related to drinking water contaminated with arsenic or fluoride.
Eawag (2017). Geogenic Contamination Handbook - Addressing Arsenic and Fluoride in Drinking Water. Eawag
English Europe & Central Asia Guidelines and manuals Politicians and local decision makers Practitioners
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