Análise dos Parâmetros Físico-Químicos do Esgoto tratado de Curitiba (PR) - Estação Belém
AbstractO crescimento populacional desordenado, aliado ao pouco avanço do saneamento básico no Brasil, tem como consequência diversos problemas estruturais como o abastecimento de água, esgotamento sanitário, manejo de resíduos sólidos entre outros que não tem sido tratado muitas vezes de maneira adequada. No Brasil a realidade sanitária está muito aquém das condições ambientais ideais. O esgoto é pouco coletado e tratado, sendo muitas vezes despejados nos corpos receptores. Por isso procuramos analisar os parâmetros físico-químicos do esgoto tratado da Estação de Tratamento de Esgoto - Belém em Curitiba para verificarmos se está de acordo com a Resolução CONAMA Nº 430/2011 e se o mesmo esgoto está apto a voltar ao corpo receptor. De acordo com as análises físico-químicas do esgoto tratado, pudemos verificar que as mesmas atendem a legislação vigente embora tenha apresentado IQA abaixo do recomendado no Paraná.
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