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Waste Management

FormatTitleAgencyYear
PDFTechnologies for the Provision of Basic Infrastructure in Low-Income SettlementsUnited Nations. Commission on Human Settlements
PDFCommunity Participation – Solid Waste Management in Low Income Housing Projects: The Scope of Community ParticipationUnited Nations Human Settlements Programme1989
PDFReclaimed Municipal Wastewater as a Source of Water and Nutrients for Plant NurseriesWater Science and Technology2004
PDFPrivatization of Municipal Services in East Africa: A Governance Approach to Human SettlementsUnited Nations Human Settlements Programme1998
PDFCity Wide Best Practices in Solid Waste Management in Collection, Transportation and DisposalInstitute for Housing and Urban Development Studies Rotterdam1997
PDFCommunity Approach to Integrated Basic Services Promoting Health and Livelihood for the Urban PoorThe United Nations Centre for Human Settlements1999
PDFTechnologies for Domestic Wastewater RecyclingUrban Water1999
PDFSanitation Infrastructure: A Handbook of Wastewater Technology and Management SystemsUniversity of British Columbia Centre for Human Settlements1999
InfraGuide Innovations and Best Practices: An Integrated Approach to Assessment and Evaluation of Municipal Roads, Sewer and Water Networks National Guide to Sustainable Municipal Infrastructure2003
PDFDelivery of Basic Infrastructure to Low Income Settlements: Issues and OptionsUnited Nations Centre for Human Settlements1986
PDFSustainable Urban Infrastructure (London Issue): A View to 2025Economist Intelligence Unit, Siemens2008
PDFTrash Landings: How Airlines and Airports Can Clean up Their Recycling ProgramsNatural Resources Defense Council2006
PDFDollars and Sense of Green Buildings 2006: Building the Business Case for Green Commercial Buildings in AustraliaGreen Building Council of Australia2008
PDFThe Source Water Protection PrimerPollution Probe2004
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