Spatial analysis of drinking water services indicators in the city of Al-Khader for the year 2020
Author: Dr. Sami Jallab Mansi Al-Sahlani, Dr. Hamad Daaboul Mohawish Khazali |Pages: 94-75|

AbstractThe study aims to evaluate the indicators and quality of wastewater in Al Khader city according to objective and laboratory indicators (chemical, physical and bacteriological characteristics) of drinking water in Al Khader city, as these properties are very high in all Al Khader city stations before treatment and after treatment, except for the Al Khader desalination plant. (RO) as those stations recorded higher than the permissible rate according to the World Health Organization (WHO) and Iraqi specifications, and this rise made the liquefied water in the study area unpalatable and unfit for drinking, and the study showed high values of most of the physical and chemical characteristics. And bacteriology in the water of treatment plants, in addition to the effect of sewage water that is discharged into the river without treatment and drainage water between the two neighborhoods (Al-Sadr and AlZuhoor), which made these concentrations record their highest rates in Al-Kawam and Al-Kabeer station, and the technology was relied on ( ARC CIS) in mapping, analysis and showing variables, and the study found poor drinking water service provided to citizens, its poor quality, and its non-compliance with Iraqi and international standards. The physical characteristics included: color, taste, and smell: (color, taste, and smell), temperature * Corresponding author


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