Assessment of the Efficiency and Effectiveness of Waste Water Treatment and Management Systems in Kabale Municipality.
Waste water treatment is the process of removing contaminants from the waste water or sewage and convert it into an effluent that can be returned to the water cycle with acceptable impact on the environment or reused for various purposes. This report reviews the waste water treatment process at Kabale municipality where we find out that the method used is the waste water stabilization process using two anaerobic ponds and one facultative pond. Details of the pond processes, their sizes and the volume of waste water they can afford are also stated in the report. It also reviews the different literatures that have been written concerning waste water treatment most especially the stabilization process and gives a highlight on the global aspect concerning waste water treatment and outlines the primary goals of sustainable waste water treatment and management. Different Methodologies used to obtain the results and findings are also defined in this report. These are procedures used to attain the objectives and the parameters taken into consideration include Chemical Oxygen Demand, Total Suspended Solids, Ammonia Content, PH, Temperature and Electroconductivity. The results and findings from these experimental works are presented graphically in comparison with the standard permissible parameters which in turn help us to draw conclusions and probable recommendations.
Muyambi, Amos (2020). Assessment of the Efficiency and Effectiveness of Waste Water Treatment and Management Systems in Kabale Municipality. Kabale: Kabale University.