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Effects of industrial effluents on the quality of water in Namanve stream, Kampala Industrial and Business Park, Uganda

Christopher Angiro, Patrick P'Odyek Abila, Timothy Omara
BMC Research Notes 2020 April 16, 13 (1): 220
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OBJECTIVE: Kampala Industrial and Business Park (KIBP) is one of the premier and the most successful Ugandan industrial complexes that impact the inner Murchison bay of Lake Victoria. The current study aimed at evaluating the effect of industrial effluents on the physicochemical and microbiological quality of water taken from four different sites along Namanve stream in KIBP, Wakiso district, Uganda.

RESULTS: All the water quality parameters were below WHO maximum permissible limits except turbidity, electrical conductivity and Escherichia coli count. Mean values of the monitored water quality parameters increased from the point of effluent discharge downstream of Namanve stream.

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