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Rapid assessment of drinking-water quality. A handbook for implementation



manuel Oct 2012 ; 148 pages
Ed. UNICEF - Paris WHO - Genève
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Abstract:
This assessment explores the quality of drinking-water from "improved" sources and was conceived to probe into the question to what extent the quality of drinking-water from "improved" sources deviates from the assumption that it is safe. Results in five pilot countries shows a wide range of conditions, from full compliance with the WHO Drinking-water Quality Guidelines to specific sources in a given country only meeting standards in 34% of the samples. The handbook describes the methods and procedures applied by WHO and UNICEF in the five countries, for adoption by any authority or institution that wants to prepare a snapshot of the quality of "improved" sources of drinking-water, as a first step towards strengthening drinking-water quality regulations.

Mot clef:

qualité des eaux (CI) (DT) (OP)

Editeurs/Diffuseurs:

UNICEF - Fonds des Nations Unies pour l'Enfance - Paris
    

WHO - World Health Organization - Genève - Suisse
    

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