Event Title

Audit of Canalization Network Concerned with Removal of Sewage In Rahovec

Session

Civil Engineering, Infrastructure and Environment

Description

This paper aims at providing a close scrutiny of the methods which are concerned with the treatment of sewage and the condition of canalization system in the segment of Malishev. Obviously, among the utmost challanges is the the extension of the canalization system in order to better cope with the deposition of sewage and industrial waters in rivers and lakes. The national strategy concerned with water supply and canalization is a prerequisite for the further development of our country, improvement of the service related to the canalization system, as well as for fostering a sustainable financial development. Indeed the lack of a canalization system, and deposition of unfiltered waters in lakes directly affects the hygiene and public health. Canalizations have a great impact on environment, health economy and in the social welfare. Canalizations are regarded as the underlying infrastructure, as matter of fact the improvement of technical facilities and a sustainable financial development is of significant importance for the future.

Keywords:

Audit, the condition of canalizations, function of maintenance

Session Chair

Nol Dedaj

Session Co-Chair

Hysen Ahmeti

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 3:15 PM

End Date

27-10-2018 4:45 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.42

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Audit of Canalization Network Concerned with Removal of Sewage In Rahovec

Pristina, Kosovo

This paper aims at providing a close scrutiny of the methods which are concerned with the treatment of sewage and the condition of canalization system in the segment of Malishev. Obviously, among the utmost challanges is the the extension of the canalization system in order to better cope with the deposition of sewage and industrial waters in rivers and lakes. The national strategy concerned with water supply and canalization is a prerequisite for the further development of our country, improvement of the service related to the canalization system, as well as for fostering a sustainable financial development. Indeed the lack of a canalization system, and deposition of unfiltered waters in lakes directly affects the hygiene and public health. Canalizations have a great impact on environment, health economy and in the social welfare. Canalizations are regarded as the underlying infrastructure, as matter of fact the improvement of technical facilities and a sustainable financial development is of significant importance for the future.