"Water is Life, Sanitation is Dignity" - World Toilet Organization - July 2005
The Site Poses great problems to conventional sanitation approaches, due to a high groundwater level approximately 75mc below the topsoil. The topography of the area is extremely flat, preventing the economic use of a small gravity sewer system; it would require pipe depths of at least 2.4 meters leading to an even lower treatment plant.
Source: World Toilet Organization & Habitat for Humanity
Pollution & Respirator Illnesses - December 2003 - York University
The development of science and technology leads to environmental problems in both developed and developing countries. Air pollution is one of these environmental problems. Air pollution, both indoors and outdoors, is a major environmental health problem affecting both developed and developing countries alike.
Source: Univeristy of Madras and Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University