Articles | Volume 9, issue 1
Review article
14 Apr 2016
Review article |  | 14 Apr 2016

Household water treatment and safe storage – effectiveness and economics

Stefanie M. L. Stubbé, Alida Pelgrim-Adams, Gabor L. Szántó, and Doris van Halem


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Short summary
Household Water Treatment and safe Storage (HWTS) systems aim to provide safe drinking water in an affordable manner. The effectiveness of these systems to remove pathogens is crucial for the health of its users. Different researches report wide ranges of effectiveness for each of the three selected systems: SODIS, ceramic and biosand filters. The resources available for the prices of HWTS also report wide ranges. In the data available no relation was observed between price and effectiveness.