Directives de qualité pour l' eau de boisson. vol. 2 : critères d' hygiène et documentation à l' appui, 2e éd
Other TitlesGuidelines for drinking-water quality
vol. 2 Health criteria and other supporting information
Organisation mondiale de la Santé & International Programme on Chemical Safety. (2000). Directives de qualité pour l' eau de boisson. vol. 2 : critères d' hygiène et documentation à l' appui, 2e éd. Genève : Organisation mondiale de la Santé. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/42250
DescriptionVol. 1: Recommendations, 3nd ed. in English; French, Italian, Japanese, Malaysian, Polish, Russian and Spanish in 2nd ed.; Arabic and Chinese versions in 1st ed
Vol. 1, Recommendations, 2nd ed. Addendum: in English and French, Spanish
Vol. 2, 2nd ed. Addendum: in English only published as WHO document # WHO/EOS/98.1 (call # WA 675 97GU V2 ADD)
Vol. 3: Drinking-water quality control in small-community supplies, 2nd ed. in English, Spanish; Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian versions in 1st ed
Supersedes: European standards for drinking water and International standards for drinking-water
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