Monitoring the water quality of domestic and drinking water from different water sources in CPU campus
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This study determined the quality of domestic and drinking water from different water sources in CPU. This study described the quality of water from the identified thirteen water sources inside CPU campus, nine of which were deep wells and/or water tanks (storing water from wells and from rain) and the four were drinking fountains connected to MIWD pipelines. Results showed that the obtained values of the parameters measured for domestic and drinking water sources both passed the permissible standard values set forth by DENR guidelines for domestic use, and the Philippine National Standard for drinking purposes, respectively. The comparison between the quality of CPU drinking water after treatment and the quality of bottled water shows that the results for conductivity, calcium, sodium, chlorine, sulfate, and magnesium exceeded the values specified for the same parameters in the bottled water. Using the results as the baseline data, a flow process showing the steps to consider in case CPU decides to have its own drinking water facility, was prepared.
Suggested CitationPescos, D. H., & Ojario, F. A. (2004). Monitoring the water quality of domestic and drinking water from different water sources in CPU campus.
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