I was curious to hear your thoughts on water and sewage treatment in the developing world. Any suggested readings on the issue of treatment would be much appreciated.My first impression is that there are more opportunities for decentralized treatment solutions in developing countries that lack proper treatment networks. These opportunities can be thwarted by laws that give the incumbent water/sewerage provider a monopoly over an area they may not be able to serve, but those cruel laws are not so common.
I also think that development aid (money and technology) tends to affect this sector -- for better or worse.
Also read the archives of this LinkedIn group.
Can you readers give AM some more ideas or insights?