The quality of the water resource within the area was imperative owing to the fact that the most decent source utilized by the residents for domestic and other uses is the groundwater from wells and boreholes. This aroused the need for the chemical and bacteriological analysis of both ground and surface water within the study area with the sole aim of verifying the water sources in order to determine the suitability for consumption which would aid in controlling outbreaks of water borne diseases within the area of investigation. The Garmin Global Positioning System (GPS) was used to locate the sample points with a total of 36 (thirty six) water samples represented by 15 (fifteen) groundwater from wells and 3 (three) stream channels all taken in pairs inside sterilized polythene containers and subsequently transported to the laboratory.
Joyce Ayuba Ramadan (2017); Water Quality Assessment Of Wyitt and Environs, Part Of Jos-Bukuru Metropolis, North Central Nigeria;
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