ERG grad student Yoshika Crider’s work on improving water systems in rural Nepal through chlorination technology is highlighted in the Sandec News annual publication. Sandec News is produced by Eawag— a world-wide leading institute for research and education in aquatic science and technology.
“In recent years, a growing number of low-cost chlorination technologies have been developed for system-level, automatic water treatment. These may be especially appealing for small, rural systems, which often have limited technical and managerial capacity for sustaining the operation of complex treatment systems.”
Read more in-depth about her work in the latest issue:
Sandec News, Page 26 – Page 27