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Water Techniques Water Aid 2007

Water Techniques Water Aid 2007

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Technology notes
Technology notes
WaterAid/Caroline Penn
Section 1
Section 
Considerations eore design
Section 3
Hygiene education
Section 4
Water resource development
Section 5
Gravity schemes
Section 6
Hand-dug wells
Section 7
Tuewells and oreholes
Section 8
Section 9
Spring protection
Section 10
Rainwater harvesting
Section 11
Su-surace dams
Section 1
Section 13
Section 14
Treatment o water
WaterAid – water or lie –
The UK’s only major charity dedicated exclusively to the provisionof safe domestic water, sanitation and hygiene education to the world’s poorest people.
Charity registration number 288701
Technology notes
These Technology Notes have been prepared following many general enquiries for technical information having beenreceived by WaterAid over the years.Their purpose is to give an outline of the technologies used by WaterAid on long-term development projects in Africa andAsia, and to show alternatives which might be appropriate in different circumstances. It may be possible to determine fromthe notes the technology which would be appropriate in a particular location.If it is proposed to proceed with the design and construction of a project using any of the principles set out in these notes, itis strongly recommended that further details be obtained from a specialist or from the reference books which are listed at theend of the relevant section.
These notes have been prepared within WaterAid for use by its own staff and by those organisations which have requestedtechnical help from WaterAid.In order to illustrate the points raised in the text, drawings, sketches and charts have been collected from various sources. Itis not always possible to locate the original source of the illustrations, but WaterAid wishes to acknowledge that some havebeen taken from publications listed in the references at the end of sections.WaterAid thanks the relevant authors and organisations and trusts that mutual cooperation will continue.

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