Water safety plan: a field guide to improving drinking-water safety in small communities (Russian)

Water safety plan: a field guide to improving drinking-water safety in small communities (Russian)

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Other
Types of Document/Material
Guidelines / Best Practices and Manual
Year of publication/production
2014
Published
Yes
Author
World Health Organization

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Type of activity
Research

2015 WSP RUSThe 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.

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