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Title: A new approach to assessing the quality of drinking water sources through water quality indices
Authors: Paun, Iuliana
Keywords: Danube River
Surface water
Water quality indices
Jiu River
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: In this project was evaluated the surface water quality of the Danube River and the Jiu River as well as the underground water from two counties in southern and south-eastern Romania (Ialomita and Braila) that use these waters as a source of drinking water through water quality indices. Using water quality indices (CCMEWQ) in the Danube River surface water characterization of the five sampling points (Drobeta Turnu Severin, Calafat, Calarasi, Chiscani Braila and Gropeni Braila) and the Jiu (Isalnita) river has been shown to correspond good quality class, which means it can be used as a source of drinking water for the Drobeta Turnu Severin, Calafat, Calarasi, Braila and Craiova towns. Using water quality indices (CCMEWQ) in groundwater characterization, it has been shown that this corresponds to the: - good quality class for sampling points in Slobozia, Urziceni, Cosereni, Reviga Crunti and Victoria, which means that characterizes water quality parameters rarely or with little value violate the criteria for using it as a drinking water source - acceptable quality class for sampling points in Garbovi, Insuratei and Rosiori which means that characterize water quality parameters sometimes violate the criteria with a high value for use as a source of drinking water, but can be used as drinking water sources after a drinking process that includes several stages, namely decanting, coagulation, filtration and disinfection.
Description: Program Nucleu, project code PN 16 25 02 05
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