Treatment Requirements of Well Water in Gwallameji, Bauchi, Nigeria


  • Olusegun Akintomide Esan The Federal Polytechnic, Idah - Nigeria
  • Nurudeen Mohammed Yusuf
  • Williams Alhassan Ogwu


Well, Water trearment, Quality, Contaminant and Purification


This paper reports the result of the investigation made to find out the quality of well water available to the Gwallameji community for domestic/household use. Tests were carried out for the presence or otherwise of Colour, Odour, Temp., Turbidity, pH, Chloride, Fluoride, Nitrate, Iron, Lead, Cadmium, Zinc, Copper, Aluminum, Taste, Faecal coliform and other contaminants and recommendations were made based on the findings from the tests.


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How to Cite

Esan, O. A., Yusuf, N. M., & Ogwu, W. A. (2015). Treatment Requirements of Well Water in Gwallameji, Bauchi, Nigeria. Asian Journal of Engineering and Technology, 3(1). Retrieved from