It is well known that water treatment at the household level can lead to dramatic improvements in drinking water quality. But does Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage (HWTS) also have global relevance? What are the potential treatment solutions and how do they function? Is there a standard strategy for successful HWTS implementation, or can we identify key components which make programs more likely to succeed?
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I so loved this course! I would like to thank coursera for granting me an opportunity to do this course! It is awesome I recommend that institutions offering water engineering courses should adapt it!
A very well organised course. Dr. Rick Johnston is an excellent mentor to have! Wish him all the best. Highly recommended for Civil Engineering/ Environmental Study backgrounds.
This course is very interesting to me and I really like the presentations and the ability to study at will, my knowledge on water treatment have been upgraded.\n\nThank You
The numerical section was little tough need to practice with some examples . Should be given self assessing questions to solve and get more clear idea of numericals
While I found the first weeks very interesting, the charm went down after, talking about charts that might help NGO's and researchers, not that much for learners.
The information provided is spectacular and extremely interesting! The size of videos though should be smaller, maximum 15 minutes as they become a bit tiring.
Extremely Helpful and Exceptionally well designed course. Thanks a lot to all the personnel and Coursera for bringing this course/
It was an amazing journey throughout the course. I received a lot of knowledge related to HWTS, thanks to all the teachers!!!!