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Title: Assessing Causes of Drinking Water Source Contamination in Kampala City: A Case Study of Katwe and Kisenyi Parishes Final Year Project Report
Authors: Abdulkadir, Abdullahi
Sambo, Muhammad Adnan
Keywords: Causes of Drinking Water Source Contamination in Kampala City
Katwe and Kisenyi Parishes
Issue Date: Nov-2016
Publisher: Kampala International University, School of engineering and applied science, department of civil enginering
Abstract: Water pollution is a serious problem for the entire world. It threatens the health and well being of humans, plants, and animals. As the world became more industrial and smaller due to communications and trade, accidental and purposive hazardous dumping have contributed to the problem of sources of water pollution. All water pollution is dangerous to the health of living organisms, but springs and borehole pollution can be especially detrimental to the health of humans. Springs and boreholes are used as primary sources of portable water by populations all over katwe and kisenyi. Another serious consequence of this pollution is the effect of this pollution on the health of the people in this areas. This reseach examines cases which reflect different causes of springs and borehole pollution, the effect of this pollution on health of the residents, and a possible solution to this problems
Description: A Project submitted to the department of Mechanical and Civil Engineering in fulfillment of the requirement for the Award of a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering of Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/2270
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