Drinking Water

Posted January 25th, 2012 by Suzy

Take for example the countryside Hoeyz Bridge. Of the thirty respondents homeowners fourteen stated that they have only one source of water intake. The quality of these sources was estimated to be generally low to beautiful, but they were considered fit for drinking. In the remaining sixteen Households are categorically rejected the nine sources from both unusable: four of them had poor water quality, three require expensive energy costs, while the other two were rejected either because of technical difficulties, either because of strained relations with other users. Twelve other sources not used altogether, although considered suitable for this: According to homeowners, two of them were not used, as they preferred to other, higher-quality water, one – because of technical difficulties, the three – due to high energy costs and two – for economic reasons. In one case, the customer decided to donate energy costs for high quality water in the other case – on the contrary.

In Alema of thirty homeowners northern part of the five failed to express their attitude to more than one source. Among the remaining twelve had rejected alternative sources because of poor water quality, and thirteen – due to high energy consumption. In determining preferences among the remaining sources have identified five as requiring lower costs, three – because of better water quality, and three because of intra-relationships. One water user could reject several sources, each time pushing at the same time its cause. The role of many sources varies depending on the season. After the cessation of rains housewife Kasangati will go to the spring because you can not longer count on collecting water from the roof. When the flour is dry up the river, are water from a distant spring, or enjoy the well. But in areas where seasonal changes are common, there is little clear idea of alternative sources that have drinking water. Even if the housewife is forced to change them depending on the season, and quite a lot of options, choose, usually from two to five sources.

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