RICKERT, B., SCHMOLL, O., RINEHOLD, A. and E. BARRENBERG
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World Health Organisation
The WHO Guidelines for drinking-water quality recommend the water safety plan (WSP) approach as
the most effective way of ensuring continuous provision of safe drinking-water. The challenges related
to drinking-water supply in rural areas and small towns are of notable concern across the entire WHO
European Region, but the WSP approach has been proven to work effectively in small-scale water supplies.
This field guide aims to support WSP implementation in small communities by providing brief explanations
of the WSP process and practical templates for field use.
RICKERT, B., SCHMOLL, O., RINEHOLD, A. and E. BARRENBERG (2014) Water safety plan. A field guide to improving drinking-water safety in small communities , World Health Organisation
Water safety plan: a field guide to improving drinking-water safety in small communities
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