International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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M.Tech / M.E / PhD Thesis | Water Treatment | Congo | Volume 7 Issue 1, January 2018 | Rating: 6.7 / 10


Evaluation of Performance of the Processing Chain of Surface Water of the River of Tshopo in Kisangani Region (DR Congo)

Joe Emmanuel Baofa LITUMANYA [2] | Hubert Kunda KATAPULU [2] | Tharcisse Ondongo MONAMA [2] | Zoe-Arthur Malumba KAZADI


Abstract: Our study is based on the performance evaluation of treatment line of water on the surface of Tshopo River with the characterization of not treated water according to the level reduction of chemistries substances and bacteria from fecal things not needed is the not treared water captured. The obtained results prove that soft water of tshopo river and traeted are globally physico-chemical quality good and very good but the not treated water is very microbiologically polluted. The rates of the reduction of medians very goods are higher than required in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Conho) aboit 80 % by the medians of the numbers very probanle (NVP) of faeces streptococcus (FS) 28/100 ml and of the faeces coliforms (FC) 0/100 ml against norm of DR Congo about 0/100 ml. Hence, the water quality of Tshopp River has highly increased their two last tenths from the increasing people estimated at 294, 37 %, the collector & #039, s absence and water treatment factories as well as the climate conditions particularly after the strong or heavy rains regular in the equatorial zone. Then the necessicity to install the good management of anthropic loss and a good way of cleanness of environment and also adapt, the days of intense rains, an afapted treatment to the changing to different parameters of first priority to analyze in order to improve the quality of water to produce according to the ways as given by the world organization of healthy and the DR Congo norms.


Keywords: Characterization, water treatment, Tshopo, Kisangani, rate of drawdown, disinfectant


Edition: Volume 7 Issue 1, January 2018,


Pages: 1931 - 1936


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