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Appropriate sanitation alternatives

Appropriate sanitation alternatives

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Published by Energy, Water and Telecommunications Department, World Bank in [U.S.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Prepared by the International Development Research Centre in cooperation with the World Bank.

Statement[by Duncan D. Mara et al.].
SeriesAppropriate technologies for water supply and sanitation in developing countries -- v.2
ContributionsMara, Duncan., World Bank. Energy, Water and Telecommunications Department., International Development Research Centre.
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Open LibraryOL14135380M

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