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LOW COST INDIGENOUS TECHNOLOGIES FOR REMOVAL OF ARSENIC FROM DRINKING WATER: CASE STUDY OF PAKISTAN
Bhatti, Z.A., K. Qureshi, M.Y. Khuhawar, A.W. Bhutto, Z.A. Solangi, and I.N. Unar.
International Journal of Recent Research and Applied Studies 34(3):66-77(2018)

This review presents an overview of naturally occurring As in water resources and then discusses techniques adapted to treat As-contaminated water. The focus is on low-cost indigenous technologies that can be easily adopted, especially in remote areas. https://www.arpapress.com/Volumes/Vol34Issue3/IJRRAS_34_3_01.pdf



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