Natural Water Treatment Systems for Safe and Sustainable Water Supply in the Indian Context: Saph Pani

  title={Natural Water Treatment Systems for Safe and Sustainable Water Supply in the Indian Context: Saph Pani},
  author={Anders Nattorp and Thomas Wintgens and Lakshmanan Elango and Shyam R. Asolekar},
  journal={Water intelligence online},
This version of the book Natural Water Treatment Systems for Safe and Sustainable Water Supply in the Indian Context: Saph Pani, has been revised due to the addition of a new chapter. The new 2016 edition is available here 2016 Revised Edition ISBN: 9781780408385 (Paperback) ISBN: 9781780408392 (eBook) 

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