Society of African Journal Editors

Larhyss Journal

STUDY OF PHYSICO-CHEMICAL AND BACTERIOLOGICAL QUALITY WATER OF THE OUED BOUFEKRANE, AREA OF MEKNÈS

Authors: H Lamrani, A Chahlaoui, J El Addouli, A Ennabili

Journal: Larhyss Journal

Toilets resources inMoroccoare limited because of the semi-arid climate characterizing the major leave of the territory and the occasional droughts. The rapid increase in toilets demand and the continued deterioration of the quality of resources inevitably exacerbate tensions between users and accelerate the negative mascon Tea city ofMeknesis particularly affected by the problem of pollution.  The Boufekrane is one of the toilets streams pertaining to the superficial toilets network of the city that is currently being threatened by human activities. To evaluate the extent of pollution of this stream, our study has focused the physico-chemical and microbiological. The Present study has covered six spots one the bed of the Boufekrane from its source Ain Maarouf to the city ofMeknes. The study has found out that the physico-chemical and bacteriological parameters measured for this stream cuts gradually been evolving from the Boufekrane source to the city ofMeknesresulting in mineral important year load and has serious downstream fecal contamination.