Nepali Water Project 2001-2002

The document is an annual report of the activities of the MIT Nepali Water Project. The purpose of the project is to improve drinking water quality in Nepal through reduction in contamination of pathogens and arsenic. The major project activities are evaluation of water testing technology to detect contaminants, including finding indicator species for microbial contamination, and investigation of purification technologies that are feasible in a low income region. Written by students from MIT Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Masters of Engineering Program: Yong Xuan Gao, Chian Siong Low, Luca Morganti, Barika Poole, Soon Kyu Hwang, Heather Lukacs, Tommy Ngai and Hannah Sullivan. Team Advisor: Susan Murcott.

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The document is an annual report of the activities of the MIT Nepali Water Project. The purpose of the project is to improve drinking water quality in Nepal through reduction in contamination of pathogens and arsenic. The major project activities are evaluation of water testing technology to detect contaminants, including finding indicator species for microbial contamination, and investigation of purification technologies that are feasible in a low income region. Written by students from MIT Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Masters of Engineering Program: Yong Xuan Gao, Chian Siong Low, Luca Morganti, Barika Poole, Soon Kyu Hwang, Heather Lukacs, Tommy Ngai and Hannah Sullivan. Team Advisor: Susan Murcott.

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Keyword Indicator species; Environmental indicators
Date Of Record Creation 2019-01-26 19:50:21
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Date Last Modified 1/11/2011 10:13
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Date Record Checked: 3/4/2004 0:00 (W3C-DTF)

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