Bacterial and Chemical Pollution of Littoral Waters of Lake Ohrid at Pogradec—Town Area

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by Valer Angjeli,
Vasilika Petro,
Ramazan Bukli,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: North American Water and Environment Congress & Destructive Water:

Abstract: The Pogradec shore waters exceed these bacteriological standards and provide risks to the public health. The levels of the chemical indexes clearly show the influence of organic pollution. The ratio CF/SF is above four and indicates fecal anthropogenic pollution. The concern of the Albanian state, the financing of World Bank to about $4 million, the care of EU and UNDP constitute a noble mission not only for protection from pollution but also to the protection of public health.

Subject Headings: Pollution | Bacteria | Health hazards | Chemicals | Shores | Water management |

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