Séverin Mbog Mbog1-3*, Dieudonné Bitondo1,2, Françoise Biyong1,2, Dieudonné Adiogo1,2, Innocent Ndoh Mbue1,2, Patrice Polmbaye Ngoko1,2 and Tania Mboute Nzekou1,2
1Department of Quality Engineering, Health, Safety and Industrial Environment, Ecole Nationale Supérieure Polytechnique De Douala, University of Douala, Douala, Cameroon
2Laboratoire Energie, Matériaux, Modélisation et Méthodes, Ecole Doctorale Des Sciences, Fondamentales et Appliquées, Université De Douala, Douala, Cameroon
*Corresponding Author: Séverin Mbog Mbog, Department of Quality Engineering, Health, Safety and Industrial Environment, Ecole Nationale Supérieure Polytechnique De Douala, University of Douala, Douala, Cameroon.
Received: October 29, 2021; Published: December 09, 2021
The study on the evaluation of the effluent management of HGOPED was carried out between. March and July 2021, with the aim of proposing an appropriate management method.
Methodology: To complete this evaluation, we made an inventory of the source’s pollutants associated with wastewater mapping, to highlight the non-compliance of the mode management, we carried out a diagnosis through a checklist, Ishikawa and Pareto. Then the determination of the pollutant removal rate in the laboratory followed by a questionnaire with residents.
Results: The results on the management of HGOPED effluents enabled us to highlight the non-compliance of the wastewater treatment steps and the most important causes (methods to 33.33%, material at 33.33% and financial resources at 16%). Residents also complain foul odors and the sensitivity of the receiving environment has shown us that diseases the most recurrent water problems are malaria at 37.6%; 24.8% typhoid; 12.8% of amoeba and scabies. All this is due to the lack of potable water. The result of laboratory analyzes revealed apart from SS (intermediate 23 mg/l, downstream 30mg/l) and intermediate COD (368 mg/l) i.e., 20 mg/l, 250 mg/l respectively. which were high due to the excessive presence of chemicals in the water. The slaughter rate of all physical and chemical parameters met MINEPDED discharge standards. The initial environmental analysis enabled us to highlight the significant environmental aspects that arise, among other things, from the activities carried out in the anatomy-pathology department.
Keywords: Impact; Pollutant; Management; Environment; Hgoped
Citation: Séverin Mbog Mbog., et al. “Study on Prevalence of Tardigrades in Tamil Nadu and Species Identification Using Pan-PCREvaluation of Effluent Management at the Gynco Obstetric and Pediatric Hospital of DOUALA”.Acta Scientific Medical Sciences 6.3 (2022): 88-94.
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