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Subject: natural plant coagulants for water clarification
From: Jacky Foo <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Jacky Foo <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 10 Jun 2004 08:03:40 +0200

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On May 23, you received an announcement of the IOBB Special Seminar
(14-25 June 2004) for the discussion of a paper on "Studies on the
potential use of Medicinal Plants and Macrofungi (Lower plants) in water
and wastewater purification" by Mr. Kenneth A.Yongabi (Nigeria). Sixty
(60) participants have now gathered at the virtual seminar room and many
of them have introduced themselves. If you have not joined this
e-seminar, please check as
you may find useful contacts there. By email, you can get a file of all
earlier messages if you address your email to [log in to unmask]
and write:

To automatically receive discussion messages from this e-seminar, email
[log in to unmask] and use the subscription command:
SUB ET-ODEN yourfirstname yourlastname, countrycode
Sub et-oden Kenneth Yongabi, NG

The agenda of this e-seminar is
(a) 01-25 June:
all participants who work on the topic "use of natural plant (and
bio-)coagulants for water clarification" are requested to introduce
themselves and provide a brief description on how your work on this
topic. Please send your self-introduction to [log in to unmask] .
Note: Public interactions on participants work are welcomed only if it
is related to the topic of this seminar.

(b) 14-25 June:
Interactions with Mr. Kenneth Yongabi and the discussion of his paper
"Studies on the potential use of Medicinal Plants and Macrofungi (Lower
plants) in water and waste water purification" which is available at

(c) 14-25 June:
Open discussion on the topic "Coagulation & Disinfection of water with
natural coagulants".

In remote rural areas and where clean drinking water is not available,
people have to rely on alternative methods to clarify water for drinking
and other portable uses. One method is to use locally available
materials as  natural plant coagulants.

This e-seminar invites people dealing with water supply, water
scientists, people working with rural communities and on rural
development as well as those preparing for disaster emergencies.

Jacky E.L. Foo, Chairman,
IOBB (Intl Org for Biotechnology and Bioengineering)

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