Health based monitoring of recreational waters : the feasibility of a new approach (the "Annapolis Protocol") : outcome of an expert consultation, Annapolis, USA. / co-sponsored by USEPA
World Health Organization. Water, Sanitation and Health Team. (1999). Health based monitoring of recreational waters : the feasibility of a new approach (the "Annapolis Protocol") : outcome of an expert consultation, Annapolis, USA. / co-sponsored by USEPA. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/66477
Protection of the human environment : water, sanitation and health series
Gov't Doc #WHO/SDE/WSH/99.1
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Bonnefoy, Xavier; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (1998)On the eve of the twenty-first century, and despite the fact that many countries in WHO's European Region are among the most developed in the world, water distribution still causes problems : more than 10 millions Europeans do not have a piped supply of water (whether drinkable or not) in their home; cholera, thought to be a disease of the past, is reappearing and causing major epidemics; ten of millions of people are supplied with water which does not meet either WHO's recommendations or national and international standards. In many countries, ...