Claudia Cossio Grageda

Showing 6 publications

2020

Indicators for sustainability assessment of small-scale wastewater treatment plants in low and lower-middle income countries

Claudia Cossio Grageda, Jenny Norrman, Jennifer McConville et al
Environmental and Sustainability Indicators. Vol. 6
Journal article
2020

EVAS - a practical tool to assess the sustainability of small wastewater treatment systems in low and lower-middle-income countries

Claudia Cossio Grageda, Jennifer R Mc Conville, Ann Mattsson et al
Science of the Total Environment. Vol. 746
Journal article
2019

Impact of treatment plant management on human health and ecological risks from wastewater irrigation in developing countries–case studies from Cochabamba, Bolivia

Claudia Cossio Grageda, Luis Fernando Perez-Mercado, Jenny Norrman et al
International Journal of Environmental Health Research. Vol. In Press
Journal article
2018

Wastewater management in small towns - understanding the failure of small treatment plants in Bolivia

Claudia Cossio Grageda, Jennifer R Mc Conville, Sebastien Rauch et al
Environmental Technology (United Kingdom). Vol. 39 (11), p. 1393-1403
Journal article
2018

Importance of triggers and veto-barriers for the implementation of sanitation in informal peri-urban settlements – The case of cochabamba, Bolivia

Ida Helgegren, Sebastien Rauch, Claudia Cossio Grageda et al
PLoS ONE. Vol. 13 (4)
Journal article

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2013–2017

Integrated Water Resource Management (IRWM) – Water Quality, Pollution and Treatment

Claudia Cossio Grageda GeoEngineering
Jenny Norrman GeoEngineering
Sebastien Rauch Water Environment Technology
SIDA

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