Frequent and regular conducted water quality analysis - key for health human population

Nedeljkovik, Bojana and Gorgieva, Pale and Velickova, Nevenka (2014) Frequent and regular conducted water quality analysis - key for health human population. In: International Congress of Medical Sciences, 08-11 May 2014, Sofia, Bulgaria.

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Abstract

Introduction: The water represent a very important factor in natural life of the people. From a biological standpoint, water has many differences, features that are important for reproduction of the species, which differs from other substances. Water security in our town it is not a real problem, but it is emerging as a possible unifying concept for the different things water managers are trying to achieve. Aim of the study: The main goal of this research is to prove and determine purity and pollution of drinking water, implementation of frequent and regular chemical and microbiological analysis like a key for healt population. Material and methods: In this research, are used empirical methods for monitoring, analysis and study of the processes that run the water until it becomes available for our use. The statistical methods used to obtain specific numerical data. Results: the results of this research in the Public Enterprise "Isar" show that drinking water from the regional water supply system in the city of Shtip is right for drinking, according to safety standards for safe drinking water. Discussion: In Shtip for public utilities and water supply "Isar" one of intensive procedures performed a chemical analysis of drinking water and thus it establishes the presence of various substances in water that requires control , a municipal water supply of the area is done through more system for water wells. Conclusion: Overall, the water in the Municipality of Shtip is clean, in other words, no pollution is present, and is freely available to citizens who fully used in their daily life. Key words: water polllution, safety, chemical methods, human population

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Poster)
Subjects: Medical and Health Sciences > Basic medicine
Divisions: Faculty of Medical Science
Depositing User: Nevenka Velickova
Date Deposited: 26 Dec 2014 11:51
Last Modified: 26 Dec 2014 11:51
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/11811

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