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Year 2019, Volume 1, Issue 1, 56 - 67, 19.08.2019
https://doi.org/10.38058/ijsl.594002

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Microbiological properties of both drinking and domestic waters in Çorum

Year 2019, Volume 1, Issue 1, 56 - 67, 19.08.2019
https://doi.org/10.38058/ijsl.594002

Abstract

Drinking water is of vital importance for all living things and regular monitoring of water quality is of great importance for public health.In this study, we aimed to examine some microbiological characteristics and to be evaluated in terms of the health of drinking water and wells used in Çorum. In Çorum province, once a month from ten sources-wells and water tanks used for consumption and five days a week from the central stopcock water relating to 40 locations; samples were taken in observance with the hygiene precept to 250 ml private bacteriological sterile drinking water cruet with 10% sodium thiosulfate solution. In winter, spring and summer seasons, total 1234 samples taken from sources-well, water tanks and central city tap water between January and July were used.

A total of 66 samples taken from resources and wells used for consumption in Çorum proved to have seasonal changes, and some increment and diminish in bacteria rate are defined. According to the “Regulation on Waters for Human Consumption”; Chloride value: 0.2-0.5 mg/L (photometric method) was detected in the value range, and at the end daily control and checking, 1168 samples were gathered from the water samples among January and July in Çorum province. As a result of the information determined, there is no negative and contradictory data.

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  • Clasen, T., Pruss-Ustun, A., Mathers, C., Cumming, O., Cairncross, S., Colford, J. 2014. Estimating the impact of unsafe water, sanitation and hygiene on the burden of disease: evolving and alternative methods, Tropical Medicine & International Health.
  • Genthe, B., Franck, M. 1999. A Tool for assessing microbial quality in small community water supplies: an h2s strip test; wrc report no. 961/1/99, Water Research Commission: Pretoria, South Africa.
  • Haller, L., Hutton, G., Bartram, J. 2007. Estimating the costs and health benefits of water and sanitation improvements at a global level, Journal of Water and Health, 5(4):467–480.
  • Huang, J., Huang, Y., Zhang, Z. 2014. Coupled effects of natural and anthropogenic controls on seasonal and spatial variations of river water quality during baseflow in a coastal watershed of southeast china, PLOS One, 9(3): e91528.
  • Hunter, P.R., MacDonald, A.M., Carter, R.C. 2010. Water supply and health, PLOS Medicine, 7(11):e1000361.
  • Hunter, P.R.1997. Waterborne disease: epidemiology and ecology, John Wiley and Sons, Chichester, United Kingdom.
  • Kayser, G.L., Amjad, U., Dalcanale, F., Bartram, J., Bentley, M.E. 2015. Drinking water quality governance: a comparative case study of brazil, Ecuador, and Malawi, 48: 186–195.
  • Li, S.Y., Xia, X.L., Tan, X., Zhang, Q.F. 2013. Effects of catchment and riparian landscape setting on water quality chemistry and seasonal evolution of water quality in the upper Han River Basin, China, PLOS One, e53163.
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  • Pruss, A. 1998. Review of epidemiological studies on health effects from exposure to recreational water, International Journal of Epidemiology. 27, 1–9.
  • Prüss, A., Kay, D., Fewtrell, L., Bartram, J. 2002. Estimating the burden of disease due to water, sanitation and hygiene at a global level, Environmental Health Perspectives, 110:537–542.
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  • Shaw,J.L.A., Monis,P., Weyrich,L.S., Sawade,E., Drikas,M., Cooper, A.J. 2015. Using amplicon sequencing to characterize and monitor bacterial diversity in drinking water distribution systems, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 81(18): 6463– 6473.
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  • World Health Organization (WHO) 2012 Guideline for drinking water quality.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Basic Sciences
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Seda MESCİ> (Primary Author)
HITIT UNIVERSITY
0000-0002-5440-302X
Türkiye


Zübeyir TUNCEL This is me

0000-0002-5904-5559


Rüveyda TURBAY This is me

0000-0002-7604-4769

Publication Date August 19, 2019
Published in Issue Year 2019, Volume 1, Issue 1

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Bibtex @research article { ijsl594002, journal = {International Journal of Science Letters}, eissn = {2687-4733}, address = {Amasya University, Central Research Laboratory, 05100 İpekköy-AMASYA}, publisher = {Amasya University}, year = {2019}, volume = {1}, number = {1}, pages = {56 - 67}, doi = {10.38058/ijsl.594002}, title = {Microbiological properties of both drinking and domestic waters in Çorum}, key = {cite}, author = {Mesci, Seda and Tuncel, Zübeyir and Turbay, Rüveyda} }
APA Mesci, S. , Tuncel, Z. & Turbay, R. (2019). Microbiological properties of both drinking and domestic waters in Çorum . International Journal of Science Letters , 1 (1) , 56-67 . DOI: 10.38058/ijsl.594002
MLA Mesci, S. , Tuncel, Z. , Turbay, R. "Microbiological properties of both drinking and domestic waters in Çorum" . International Journal of Science Letters 1 (2019 ): 56-67 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/ijsl/issue/47946/594002>
Chicago Mesci, S. , Tuncel, Z. , Turbay, R. "Microbiological properties of both drinking and domestic waters in Çorum". International Journal of Science Letters 1 (2019 ): 56-67
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ISNAD Mesci, Seda , Tuncel, Zübeyir , Turbay, Rüveyda . "Microbiological properties of both drinking and domestic waters in Çorum". International Journal of Science Letters 1 / 1 (August 2019): 56-67 . https://doi.org/10.38058/ijsl.594002
AMA Mesci S. , Tuncel Z. , Turbay R. Microbiological properties of both drinking and domestic waters in Çorum. IJSL. 2019; 1(1): 56-67.
Vancouver Mesci S. , Tuncel Z. , Turbay R. Microbiological properties of both drinking and domestic waters in Çorum. International Journal of Science Letters. 2019; 1(1): 56-67.
IEEE S. Mesci , Z. Tuncel and R. Turbay , "Microbiological properties of both drinking and domestic waters in Çorum", International Journal of Science Letters, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 56-67, Aug. 2019, doi:10.38058/ijsl.594002