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050 0 0 _aTD626.5
_b.M37 1996
082 0 0 _a628.2091732 MAR
_223
_b011939
100 1 _aMara, D. Duncan
_q(David Duncan).
245 1 0 _aLow-cost urban sanitation /
_cDuncan Mara.
264 _aChichester ;
_aNew York :
_bJohn Wiley,
_cc1996.
300 _axv, 223 pages :
_billustrations ;
_c25 cm
336 _2rdacontent
_atext
337 _2rdamedia
_aunmediated
338 _2rdacarrier
_avolume
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 _a1. Urban Sanitation Needs 2. Sanitation and Health 3. Ventilated Improved Pit Latrines 4. Pour-flush Toilets 5. Sullage Disposal 6. Septic Tanks 7. Emptying 8. Settled Sewerage 9. Simplified Sewerage 10. Sewage Treatment 11. Sociocultural Aspects 12. Socioeconomic Aspects 13. Technology Selection and Upgrading 14. Hygiene Education 15. Institutional Aspects.
650 0 _aSewerage
_zTropics.
650 0 _aSewerage
_xEconomic aspects
_zTropics.
650 0 _aSewerage
_xSocial aspects
_zTropics.
650 0 _aSanitation
_zTropics.
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