Strategies for Controlling and Monitoring Water Quality in the Central African Water Distribution Company (SODECA)

Alafei Nama Janice Sandrine, Hong Jun, Yves Yalanga


The present study investigated the strategies for controlling and monitoring water quality in the Central African
Water Distribution Company. Several important monitoring measurements were done to ascertain the water quality
at different stages of the production line, such as physico-chemical, limnology and bacteriological. According to the
results, sometimes the frequency of controls undergoes a modification in time. This justifies the reduction of the
number of controls. The breaking-off the reagent causes also a reduction of the number of analyses. The frequency
of physicochemical control is much more respected compared to the bacteriological and limnologic controls.
Therefore, it is recommended to have laboratory equipment with high technical instrument, and highly trained work
force; the regular supply of reagents used in analyses of quality control; the revision of method, mode of analyses of
control, monitoring and distribution.

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International Journal of Chemistry   ISSN 1916-9698 (Print)   ISSN 1916-9701 (Online)

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