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The Health aspects of Plumbing

 

The World Health Organization and the World Plumbing Council present this publication on health aspects of plumbing noting that sustainable health, especially for children, is not possible without access to safe drinking-water and basic sanitation facilities. Health Aspects of Plumbing


The Global Goals

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The True Cost of Poor Sanitation:

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Announcing… The Plumbing Term Of The Day !

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Thank you to ASSE International for their enduring work to help improve our industry’s knowledge base.
Follow ASSE and PWB as we highlight a “Plumbing Term of the day” each and everday through facebook, twitter, and Linkedin.

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How to Improve the World Quickly: A Peace Corps Writers Book — an imprint of Peace Corps Worldwide

By Chris Roesel

Also by Chris Roesel:

Eliminate Two Principal Causes of Child Illness and Death in Africa:: Diarrhea and Malaria

 

 

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My Development Experiences in Asia, Africa, and the Americas:: Health, Nutrition and Water

 

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Perdue University: Center for Plumbing Safety

https://engineering.purdue.edu/PlumbingSafety

A vast resource of plumbing information, including presentations about various aspects of plumbing, with links to other valuable info. “Providing information to persons who drink water in buildings, as well as building construction, plumbing, water utility, education, and public health sectors. Working to understand how to make certain the water you use at home, at work, and at schools is safe.”

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