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Water, Sanitation, and Health Electronic Library – 3rd Edition

Reviewed by: Genandrialine L. Peralta, Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering, University of the Philippines, Diliman
Review posted 11 April 2005
Review No. 37

CD-ROM Information

Content: Information guide and reference on issues affecting water, sanitation, and health. Current standards and benchmarks are included especially the latest guidelines for drinking-water quality and the MDG drinking water and sanitation target.
Publication Date: 1 October 2004
Audience: Experts and practitioners in the field of water, sanitation, and health. Public health academics and students would also find it very helpful.

Size: 436 MB
Price: US$351 / US$81 developing country rate.
Manual needed: No
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Review Summary

This CD-ROM contains the tools that every water and sanitation manager/enthusiast needs such as books, technical guidelines, reports, water related fact sheets, good practice, posters, manuals, training kits, and even slides and photographs.

An interesting and refreshing section is on emerging issues in water and infectious diseases, which present the latest information that are not traditionally known, such as on cyanobacteria toxins and waterborne zoonoses with recent references (up to 2004).

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