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OPTIMIZATION OF RESERVOIR PRESSURE FOR MANAGEMENT OF WATER LOSSES IN DISTRIBUTION NETWORK: CASE OF KIMILILI WATER SUPPLY SCHEME, KENYA
Potable water supply distribution networks are designed and constructed to convey treated water from the water treatment plant to end users. In developing countries, urban water supplies are mostly intermittent, typically ...
ASSESSMENT OF DRINKING WATER QUALITY IN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM. A CASE STUDY OF KABARNET WATER SUPPLY, BARINGO COUNTY, KENYA
Provision of good quality water by water utilities in Kenya is hampered by inefficient water supply in-frastructure. Water quality deteriorates in the dis-tribution system despite undergoing effective ...
SIMULATION OF RAINFALL SURFACE RUNOFF- WATER QUALITY EFFECTS ON SURFACE WATER BODIES IN MID-BLOCK OF YALA
In Kenya and other countries in the world, most water treatment works derive their raw water from rivers that flow in a watershed. Lack of proper management of watershed leads to high runoff generated and subsequent ...