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Comparative Analysis of Three Sustainable Point of Use Drinking Water Treatment Technologies for Developing Nations
Grant Number SU832463
RFA: P3 Awards: A National Student Design Competition for Sustainability Focusing on People, Prosperity and the Planet - Phase 2 (2005)
Book Chapter (1)
Journal Article (5)
Presentation (13)
Proceedings (1)
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Book Chapter Elliott MA, Stauber CE, Koksal F, Liang KR, Huslage DK, DiGiano FA, Sobsey MD. The operation, flow conditions and microbial reductions of an intermittently operated, household-scale slow sand filter. In: Gimbel R, Graham N, Collins MR, eds. Recent Progress in Slow Sand and Alternative Biofiltration Processes. London: IWA Publishing, 2006, Chapter 32, pp. 268-277. SU832463 (Final)
Journal Article Brown JM, Proum S, Sobsey MD. Escherichia coli in household drinking water and diarrheal disease risk: evidence from Cambodia. Water Science & Technology 2008;58(4):757-763. SU832463 (Final)
Journal Article Brown J, Sobsey MD, Loomis D. Local drinking water filters reduce diarrheal disease in Cambodia: a randomized, controlled trial of the ceramic water purifier. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2008;79(3):394-400. SU832463 (Final)
Journal Article Elliott MA, Stauber CE, Koksal F, DiGiano FA, Sobsey MD. Reductions of E. coli, echovirus type 12 and bacteriophages in an intermittently operated household-scale slow sand filter. Water Research 2008;42(10-11):2662-2670. SU832463 (Final)
Journal Article Stauber CE, Elliott MA, Koksal F, Ortiz GM, DiGiano FA, Sobsey MD. Characterisation of the biosand filter for E. coli reductions from household drinking water under controlled laboratory and field use conditions. Water Science & Technology 2006;54(3):1-7. SU832463 (Final)
Journal Article Stauber CE, Ortiz GM, Loomis DP, Sobsey MD. A randomized controlled trial of the concrete biosand filter and its impact on diarrheal disease in Bonao, Dominican Republic. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2009;80(2):286-293. SU832463 (Final)
Presentation Brown J, Proum S, Sobsey M. E. coli in household drinking water and diarrheal disease risk:evidence from Cambodia. Presented at the International Water Association's WaterMicro 2007, 14th International Symposiurm on Health-Related Water Microbiology, Tokyo, Japan, September 9-15, 2007. SU832463 (Final)
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Presentation Borwn J, Sobsey M. Bench-scale investigation of biosand filter performance against surrogates for bacterial, viral and protozoan pathogens:media type, filter cleaning and idle time. Poster presented at the World Health Organization (WHO) 2008 International Symposium and 4th Annual Network Meeting, Accra, Ghana, June 2-5, 2008. SU832463 (Final)
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Presentation Brown J, Sobsey M. Household-scale drinking water treatment in Cambodia:a randomized, controlled trial of locally made ceramic water filters. Presented at the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) 56th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November 4-8, 2007. SU832463 (Final)
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Presentation Brown J, Sobsey M. Point-of-use drinking water treatment in Cambodia:a randomized, controlled trial of local ceramic filters. Presented at the World Health Organization (WHO) 2008 International Symposium and 4th Annual Network Meeting, Accra, Ghana, June 2-5, 2008. SU832463 (Final)
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Presentation Casanova LM, Keswick BH, Sobsey MD. Reduction of aeromonas hydrophila and Hepatitis A virus by a point of use coagulation-flocculation-disinfection technology for household water treatment in the developing world. Presented at the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors' Research and Education Conference, Blacksburg, VA, July 28-August 1, 2007. SU832463 (Final)
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Presentation Elliott MA, Stauber CE, Koksal F, Liang KR, Huslage DK, DiGiano FA, Sobsey MD. Intermittently operated slow sand filtration for point of use water treatment. Presented at the University of North Carolina (UNC) Safe Drinking Water Conference, Chapel Hill, NC, March 2006. SU832463 (Final)
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Presentation Elliott MA, Stauber CE, Huslage DK, DiGiano FA, Sobsey MD. The operation, flow conditions and microbial reductions of an intermittently operated, household-scale slow sand filter. Presented at the Slow Sand and Alternative Biofiltration Conference, Mulheim an der Ruhr, Germany, May 3-5, 2006. SU832463 (Final)
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Presentation Elliott M. Biosand filtration for point of use drinking water treatment. Presented at the 2006 American Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition (AWWA ACE), San Antonio, TX, June 11-15, 2006. SU832463 (Final)
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Presentation Elliott M. Characterization of the biosand filter for microbial reductions under controlled laboratory and field use conditions. Presented at the World Health Organization (WHO) 3rd Annual Meeting and Research Symposium of the International Network to Promote Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage, Bangkok, Thailand, May 30-June 2, 2005. SU832463 (Final)
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Presentation Elliott M. Characterization of the biosand filter for microbial reductions under controlled laboratory and field use conditions. Presented at the International Water Association's Health-Related Water Microbiology (HRWM) Symposium, Swansea, Wales, United Kingdom, September 5-9, 2005. SU832463 (Final)
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Presentation Elliott M. Full-scale and benchscale microbial challenge experiments with an intermittently operated household drinking water filter. Presented at the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors' Research and Education Conference, Blacksburg, VA, July 28-August 1, 2007. SU832463 (Final)
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Presentation Elliott M. Household-scale, intermittently operated slow sand filtration for point of use water treatment in developing countries. Poster presented at the EPA STAR Fellows Conference, Washington, DC, September 24-26, 2006. SU832463 (Final)
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Presentation Elliott M. Reduction of bacteria and viruses via household scale intermittently operated slow sand filtration. Poster presented at the 12th Annual American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Conference, Atlanta, GA, June 3-5, 2005. SU832463 (Final)
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Proceedings Elliott MA, Stauber CE, Koksal F, Liang KR, Huslage DK, DiGiano FA, Sobsey MD. Intermittently operated slow sand filtration for point of use water treatment. In: Proceedings of the Carolina Environmental Program’s Environmental Symposium: Safe Drinking Water: Where Science Meets Policy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, 2006. SU832463 (Final)
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