DRINKING MANUAL 101
This manual seeks to provide basic outlines and impulses to social designers and entrepreneurs working on developing projects for safe and clean drinking water. It is a collection of basic, comparative and illustrated instructions when dealing with different types of water, climate and geology and broken down into the four main processes to achieve clean and safe drinking water: Collection, Storage, Filtration, Neutralisation (in order).
The content is divided into three sections: Chapter 1 is an Introduction with considerations to take into account when given the task of developing drinking water projects; Chapter 2 Methods is broken down into 4 sections - collection, storage, filtration, neutralization, with bullet-points and illustrations to describe the pros and cons of each sub category. Chapter 3 includes a list of identified and successfully implemented drinking water projects in development regions, as well as readily available projects when confronted with a humanitarian crisis.
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