Browse Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering by Contributor "Zerai, Assata"
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Elucidating fecal contamination exposure in low-income countries, the contribution from child feces disposal practices and soil ingestion, and links to child health (2017-09-07)Enteric pathogens transmitted via fecal-oral pathways cause enteric infections that have substantial health and human capital consequences, making it critical to reduce child exposure to fecal contamination. Current water, ...
Quantitative sustainable design of water and sanitation infrastructure in resource-rich and resource-limited contexts (2019-12-20)Quantitative sustainable design, a process of mechanistically linking design and operational decisions to sustainability indicators, can inform decision-making for water and sanitation infrastructure by enabling navigation ...
Resource recovery from sanitation to amplify development: Navigating global and local possibilities (2019-07-08)Recovery of human-derived resources (e.g., nutrients, energy) from sanitation systems has emerged as an approach that may generate progress toward multiple Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). However, persistent uncertainties ...