Wastewater management analysis for the main cities of Northern Cyprus

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Wastewater management analysis for the main cities of Northern Cyprus. / Turker, Umut; Bashitialshaaer, Raed; Gokcekus, Hussyen.

WATMED 2. 2005.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingPaper in conference proceeding

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Turker, U, Bashitialshaaer, R & Gokcekus, H 2005, Wastewater management analysis for the main cities of Northern Cyprus. in WATMED 2. WATMED 2 - Marrakech 14-17 November 2005, 2005/11/14.

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T1 - Wastewater management analysis for the main cities of Northern Cyprus

AU - Turker, Umut

AU - Bashitialshaaer, Raed

AU - Gokcekus, Hussyen

PY - 2005

Y1 - 2005

N2 - Due to political conflicts, the northern part of Cyprus is being under economical crisis. This is employed by environmental problems such as non-organised improvement of residential areas and their effects on habitat. Especially, three main cities where 75 percent of population is crowded, is seriously under the threat of sewerage problems. In this study the comparisons for available sewerage system of three main municipalities is carried to search for urgent investment required among them. This has been done through the Prioritisation Method. The method involves analyses on levels of sanitation, environmental and public health impacts and financial sustainability of the municipalities, which is under the effects of agriculture, residential and industrial areas.

AB - Due to political conflicts, the northern part of Cyprus is being under economical crisis. This is employed by environmental problems such as non-organised improvement of residential areas and their effects on habitat. Especially, three main cities where 75 percent of population is crowded, is seriously under the threat of sewerage problems. In this study the comparisons for available sewerage system of three main municipalities is carried to search for urgent investment required among them. This has been done through the Prioritisation Method. The method involves analyses on levels of sanitation, environmental and public health impacts and financial sustainability of the municipalities, which is under the effects of agriculture, residential and industrial areas.

KW - Population

KW - Wastewater Management.

KW - Municipalities

KW - Prioritisation Method

M3 - Paper in conference proceeding

BT - WATMED 2

T2 - WATMED 2 - Marrakech 14-17 November 2005

Y2 - 14 November 2005

ER -