Corpus ID: 127058146

Aspectos claves para la selección de esquemas descentralizados en el manejo de aguas residuales municipales en Colombia

@inproceedings{Villada2014AspectosCP,
  title={Aspectos claves para la selecci{\'o}n de esquemas descentralizados en el manejo de aguas residuales municipales en Colombia},
  author={Caicedo Villada and Julio C{\'e}sar.},
  year={2014}
}
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This literature review article uses the multicriteria analysis tool to present the key economic, institutional, social, environmental, and technological aspects, criteria, and indicators that must be considered for successful decentralized system implementation planning to strengthen basic sanitation service coverage in the rural and peri-urban areas where it does not exist. Expand

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