STUDY OF THE EFFICIENCY OF UNDERGROUND WATER TREATMENT PROCESSES AT URSENI, TIMIS COUNTY PUBLISHED

C.PAUNA, Adela AMZA, Laura SMULEAC, A.ȘMULEAC, Alina LAȚO laurasmuleac@yahoo.com
Abstract. Drinking water has become an extremely valuable resource in our century. Corporations have long tried to privatize this vital resource of life and freedom. Slowly new legislative proposals are being made at EU level through representatives of some countries. Underground water should be seen not only as a water tank but must be protected for its environmental value. groundwaters are hidden resources that are much more important than surface waters and for which pollution prevention, monitoring and rehabilitation are much more difficult than surface waters because of their inaccessibility. This hidden nature makes it difficult both to locate and adequately characterize pollution and to understand the impacts of pollution, often resulting in a lack of awareness and / or evidence of the extent of risks and pressures. The main objective of this paper is to determine the quality of groundwater and to present the results of the evolution of the main indicators of the quality of the underground water from the Urseni water treatment station in the period 2016-2017.
underground water, treatment processes, manganese, iron
Sustainable Development, Environmental Engineering and Geomatics
Presentation: poster

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