Ashraf Ali, Muhammad
Prospects, Principles and Practice of Urban Rainwater Harvesting in Bangladesh: A Guidebook for Professionals, Practitioners and Students
Urban areas of Bangladesh are facing an ironical situation today. On one hand there is the acute water scarcity and on the other, the streets are often …
This book on WSP is an outcome of the initiative of WHO-Bangladesh and ITN-BUET in mainstreaming the WSPs in the water supply sector of the country. This book will help develop a strong knowledge-base of undergraduate level technical/engineering students on WSP, and enable them to better prepare themselves in facing the challenges in the water supply sector of the country.
This book focuses on the identification of the possible implication of climate change on environment and economic development of Bangladesh and devising sustainable development framework.
This publication includes a compilation of selected papers presented at International Symposium on Environmental Sustainability (ISES) 2006 along with invited keynote papers. The papers cover a wide range of issues including environmental sustainability, water supply and sanitation, transportation…
First Edition: September, 2006
This book is a compilation of articles on contemporary environmental issues and challenges selected from papers presented at the International Symposium on Environmental Management, ISEM 2004.
First Edition: March, 2004
This publication is a compilation of papers presented at the BUET-UNU International symposium on Fate of Arsenic in the Environment. The papers broadly describe the fate of arsenic extracted through tubewell water and transported with surface water, its presence in water-soil-plant environment …
First Edition: February, 2003
Provision of arsenic free water is urgently needed for immediate protection of health and well being of the people living in arsenic affected areas. In most situations, substitution of tubewell water by an alternative safe and reliable source of water supply is not an easy task.
First Edition: May, 2001