• Published 2010

Coliform status of water bodies from two districts in Ghana, west Africa: implications for rural water resources management

@inproceedings{Anima2010ColiformSO,
  title={Coliform status of water bodies from two districts in Ghana, west Africa: implications for rural water resources management},
  author={F. Anima and F. K. Nyameb and T. K. Armahb},
  year={2010}
}
  • F. Anima, F. K. Nyameb, T. K. Armahb
Investigations were conducted on the total and faecal coliform status of streams, hand-dug wells and boreholes highly patronised by communities in the West Akim and Kwaebibirem Districts, Eastern Ghana. Total coliform values obtained range from 60–2,672 cfu, 0–680 cfu and 0–128 cfu for streams, hand-dug wells and boreholes, respectively. Faecal coliform values similarly range from 31–1,988 cfu, 0–136 cfu and 0–36 cfu for streams, handdugs and boreholes, respectively. The data indicates that… CONTINUE READING

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