Wastewater Management of Korhogo City

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Kouakou Yao Salomon
Seyhi Brahima
Gnamba Franck Maxime
Kouassi N’guessan Martial
Kouame Nanan Audrey

Abstract

The present study was conducted to provide more information on wastewater management in developing country cities, particularly in Korhogo a city in the north of Ivory Coast. Results showed that 23% of the residences discharge their wastewater either in rivers around the city, in pipes intended for storm water drainage, or on the way for laundry, crockery and/or bath water. 43% and 34% release their water through watertight and non-watertight facilities such as septic tanks and latrines, respectively. A factory evacuates its wastewater directly into the environment without any prior treatment. Only the Regional Hospital (CHR) has a lagoon system which is in a very advanced state of dysfunctioning. The city has a sludge treatment site that receives on average between 30 and 34 m3 per day, well below 100 m3 per day (sizing volume), leading to a significant algal development in the biological treatment basins and a fairly average yield of the plant below 55% at the end of treatment.

Keywords:
Wastewater, Korhogo, treatment, disposal, sludge.

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Yao Salomon, K., Brahima, S., Maxime, G. F., Martial, K. N., & Nanan Audrey, K. (2019). Wastewater Management of Korhogo City. Asian Journal of Environment & Ecology, 11(1), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajee/2019/v11i130126
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Original Research Article

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