Fate of Water-Related Pathogens in Urban Water Systems
Pathogens transmitted via water are some of the most important agents that raise infant mortality rates, which in turn causes high birth rates and a lack of liberty of women in some communities. The social impact of waterborne diseases is very large.
KeywordsWater Supply System Faecal Contamination Sand Filtration Water Quality Analysis Waterborne Disease
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