Access To Domestic Water Supply Via Mechanical And Non Mechanical Energy System By Household In Using Ikole Local Government Area Ekiti State Nigeria

ABSTRACT

This project is designed to determine households' access to domestic water supply via mechanical and non-mechanical energy system in Usin, Ikole local government area Ekiti State Nigeria, in terms of quality and quantity as the importance of adequate safe water supply to human health cannot be over emphasized. However, safe/improve water supply to most Nigerian cities is still inadequate. In the study area the relationship between water quality the degree of water source protection and quantity. This aim was achieved by collecting water samples from different sources of water that are majorly used by community, a total of twelve water were collected for laboratory analysis from which four samples were from hand dug well, and another one sample were from bore-hole and three samples from pumping machine and four sample: from rain water harvest ln addition, the sample were collected basically from both mechanized water source and non-mechanized nearby alternative water sources current used as a main sources for house hold consumption. However the distance covered between this source and houses where the water are been consumed range from 40m-450m the samples collected from hand dug wells boreholes,, pumping machine water and rain water harvest which were taking to laboratory for analysis". Based on the water quality of the sample investigated, the status of the existing water quality was compared with the standard of World Health Organization (WHO, 2004). Results showed that all the, water samples collected do not meet up with the WHO and NSDWQ standard. The pH for samples 1,2,3,4 are 5,8, 5.9, 5.7, 5.6 respectively. 

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APA

Johnson., F (2021). Access To Domestic Water Supply Via Mechanical And Non Mechanical Energy System By Household In Using Ikole Local Government Area Ekiti State Nigeria. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/access-to-domestic-water-supply-via-mechanical-and-non-mechanical-energy-system-by-household-in-using-ikole-local-government-area-ekiti-state-nigeria

MLA 8th

Johnson., FATANMI "Access To Domestic Water Supply Via Mechanical And Non Mechanical Energy System By Household In Using Ikole Local Government Area Ekiti State Nigeria" Afribary. Afribary, 22 May. 2021, https://afribary.com/works/access-to-domestic-water-supply-via-mechanical-and-non-mechanical-energy-system-by-household-in-using-ikole-local-government-area-ekiti-state-nigeria. Accessed 13 Jul. 2024.

MLA7

Johnson., FATANMI . "Access To Domestic Water Supply Via Mechanical And Non Mechanical Energy System By Household In Using Ikole Local Government Area Ekiti State Nigeria". Afribary, Afribary, 22 May. 2021. Web. 13 Jul. 2024. < https://afribary.com/works/access-to-domestic-water-supply-via-mechanical-and-non-mechanical-energy-system-by-household-in-using-ikole-local-government-area-ekiti-state-nigeria >.

Chicago

Johnson., FATANMI . "Access To Domestic Water Supply Via Mechanical And Non Mechanical Energy System By Household In Using Ikole Local Government Area Ekiti State Nigeria" Afribary (2021). Accessed July 13, 2024. https://afribary.com/works/access-to-domestic-water-supply-via-mechanical-and-non-mechanical-energy-system-by-household-in-using-ikole-local-government-area-ekiti-state-nigeria