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4th International Conference on Rain Water Cistern Systems
Manila , Philipines - August, 1989

Topics

A. Overview Of The Conference G. Catchment and Storage Systems
B. Community Participation H. Delivery and Diversion Systems
C. Socio-Economic and Political Aspects I. Integration With Other Water Supply Systems
D. Institutional Aspects And Policy Matters J. Applications And Cost Analysis
E. Environmental And Water Quality Aspects K. Alternative Designs Of Rain Water Cisterns
F. Hydrological Data And Analysis  

A. Overview Of The Conference

A1

International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade and the Progresses of Rain Water Cistern Systems
Yu-Si Fok
Abstract, PDF of full document (17pp, 570kb)

B. Community Participation

B1

Participatory Strategies in Water Supply
MA. Lorena Aguilar, Elias Rosales, and Hugo Navarro
Abstract, PDF of full document (10pp, 250kb)

B2

Replacing Community Participation with NGO Participation A New Approach
Janet K. Lugonzo-Campbell
Abstract, PDF of full document (12pp, 260kb)

B3 Strategies for Overcoming the Obstacles Associated with "SoftWare" Aspects of Rain Water Catchment Systems Implementation
John E. Gould
Abstract, PDF of full document (16pp, 370kb)
B4 The Use of Low-cost, Self-Help Rain Water Cistern Systems for Community Water Supply in Southern Kenya
Michael D. Lee and Erik Nissen-Petersen
Abstract, PDF of full document (12pp, 440kb)
B5 RWCS Training Through Community Participation in Nepal
P. Chindaprasirt and Shivaji Upadhyay
Abstract, PDF of full document (13pp, 380kb)
B6 Community Participation
Uma Pradhan
Abstract, PDF of full document (8pp, 220kb)
B7 Ferrocment RWCS Technology
Ma. Luisa Abejo and Wilfredo Amper
Abstract, PDF of full document (9pp, 250kb)
B8 Community Participation Around the Ferrocement Rain water Catchment System: The Capiz Experience
Jessica C. Salas
Abstract, PDF of full document (19pp, 420kb)

C. Socio-Economic and Political Aspects

C1 Rain Water Use in Bangladesh: A Case Study in Dacope Upozilla
Daulat Hussain and A.T.M. Ziudin
Abstract, PDF of full document (15pp, 310kb)
C2 Water Supply and Water User Behavior: The Use of Cement Rain Water Jars in Northeast Thailand
Nongluk Tunyavanich and Kevin Hewison
Abstract, PDF of full document (23pp, 460kb)
C3 The Planning, Development & Implementation of a Typical RWCS System: A Case Study in the Province of Capiz
Adhityan Appan, Cornelio L. Villareal, Jr., and Kam Wing Lee
Abstract, PDF of full document (12pp, 320kb)

D. Institutional Aspects And Policy Matters

D1 Educating Civil Engineers About Rain Water Cistern
Nik Fuaad Nik Abllah
Abstract, PDF of full document (9pp, 170kb)
D2 The WASH Rain Water Network
Dan P. Campbell
Abstract, PDF of full document (16pp, 470kb)

E. Environmental And Water Quality Aspects

E1 Qualitative, Quantitative and Technical Aspects of Rain Water in the Federal Republic of Germany
Beate Klein and Martin Bullerman
Abstract, PDF of full document (15pp, 270kb)
E2 Cistern System in the U.S. Virgin Islands
J.H. Krishna
Abstract, PDF of full document (11pp, 200kb)
E3 Investigations into the Quality of Roof-Harvested Rain Water for Domestic Use in Developing Countries
George Michaelides
Abstract, PDF of full document (11pp, 220kb)
E4 Assaying for Potential Virulence Factors in Heterotrophic Bacteria Isolated from Cistern Water
Dennis J. Lye
Abstract, PDF of full document (10pp, 130kb)
E5 Evaluation of Rain Water Quality: Heavy Metals and Pathogens
Wanpen Wirojanagud, Pinthita Mungkarndee, and Patcharee Hovitcitr
Abstract, PDF of full document (20pp, 320kb)

F. Hydrological Data And Analysis

F1 Two Recent Methods for Computing Average Precipitation
P.W. France
Abstract, PDF of full document (14pp, 210kb)
F2 Establishing Normal Monthly Rainfall for Rain Water Cistern System Design
Andrew Lo and S.H. Chiang
Abstract, PDF of full document (15pp, 280kb)

G. Catchment and Storage Systems

G1 Tameike (Rain Collection Pond) in Japan and Northeast Thailand for Integrated Small-Scale Rural Development
Isao I. Minami
Abstract, PDF of full document (16pp, 360kb)
G2 The Use of Roof Water as a Supplementary Sources in Aquaculture
Adhityan Appan and George Tay
Abstract, PDF of full document (14pp, 240kb)

H. Delivery and Diversion Systems

H1 A Study of Diversion and Delivery Systems in Rain Water Cisterns in India
Edward Pakianathan
Abstract, PDF of full document (12pp, 360kb)
H2 Rain Water Catchment Gutters
Richard J. Heggen
Abstract, PDF of full document (9pp, 230kb)

I. Integration With Other Water Supply Systems

I1 High Water Bills: Can Rain Water Supplement Part or Whole of it?
P. Dharmabalan
Abstract, PDF of full document (15pp, 250kb)
I2 Proposal for a Dual-Mode RWCS in Industrial Areas of Two-Hectare Lots
Adhityan Appan
Abstract, PDF of full document (10pp, 200kb)
I3 Rain Water Cistern System ¡V A New Approach to Water Supply Improvements in Nepalese Hills
Ajaya Mani Dixit
Abstract, PDF of full document (14pp, 390kb)

J. Applications And Cost Analysis

J1 Successes and Failures with Alternative Rain Water Systems: 4 Years Experience in the Venezuela
David Holmes
Abstract, PDF of full document (10pp, 320kb)

K. Alternative Designs Of Rain Water Cisterns

K1 The City of Rain: The Architecture of Rain Water Collection in Singapore
Kevin Chiow Teck Lim
Abstract, PDF of full document (17pp, 360kb)
K2 Cistern Types in North-Eastern Brazil
Masami I.M. Ichikawa
Abstract, PDF of full document (11pp, 290kb)
K3 The Design and Evaluation of a Rain Water Cistern Systems for W. C. Flushing
A.Fewkes
Abstract, PDF of full document (13pp, 260kb)

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