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Title: Protection of Marine Environment in Developing Countries- Management of Nutrient Inputs
Authors: Kathijotes, Nicholas 
Keywords: Waste water;Coastal zone;Faecal sludge;Waste water;Faecal sludge;Nutrient control
Category: Environmental Engineering
Field: Engineering and Technology
Issue Date: 2011
Source: Journal of ASIAN Behavioural Studies Vol.1 n.1 January 2011
Abstract: The management and treatment of sludge in developing countries, from on-site sanitation systems has neither been addressed by problem holders nor by researchers. All septic tanks need to be desludged regularly in order to maintain a certain level of treatment efficiency and minimize ecological and eventual marine pollution incidences. Practices followed in developing countries are discussed and lessons learned are emphasized for promoting sustainable community development. Stakeholder identification and participation and their cooperation through the process, as well as new regulations on service provision and management procedures are addressed in this study.
ISSN: 2180-4567
Rights: © 2010 cE-Bs, FAPS, UiTM. All rights reserved
Type: Article
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