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Title: ELIMINATION DE LA TURBIDITE ET DE LA POLLUTION BACTERIENNE DANS LES EAUX NATURELLES (CAS DU FLEUVE OUBANGUI), CENTRAFRIQUE
Authors: E. FOTO
J. MALENGUINZA
B. NGUEREKOSSI
Abdel BOUGRIET
Barbara LALOUCHE
N. POUMAYE
J. MABINGUI
M. WARTEL
A. MONTIEL
Keywords: Filtration
pathogens
turbidity
hlorine demand
Issue Date: 23-Oct-2016
Series/Report no.: SIHE 2013;Novembre2013
Abstract: Have a natural source of water quality for human consumption, has now become a strategic concern for the world. In fact, drinking water resources in developing countries are almost non-existent, as overused or polluted by intense human activity. The study that we propose aims: to develop a natural filter reduces turbidity and eliminates pathogensto humans. The process developed inexpensive should minimize the use of chemical reagents, and minimize any human intervention; horizontal sand filtration that uses the natural process of water purification occurring in an aquifer can be regarded as the process water treatment most suitable for developing countries and meets the objectives.
Description: Séminaire International sur l'Hydrogéologie et l'Environnement
URI: http://dspace.univ-ouargla.dz/jspui/handle/123456789/11584
Appears in Collections:4. Faculté des Hydrocarbures, des Energies Renouvelables, des Sciences de la Terre et de l’Univers

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