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Water Quality Assurance Foundation

With support of our water quality assurance foundation, we provide communities that are deprived of water, access to potable water. We identify these deprived communities and speak to leaders or heads of the community to guide or assist us with facilities like land or structures to accommodate our water treatment solutions.We drill boreholes in these communities or look out for rivers, lakes or dams as water treatment sources. We fulfill our commitment to provide clean and safe water out of these water treatment sources provided by the communities. These community projects provide employment for youth, alleviate the hardships of inhabitants and eradicate water borne diseases to ensure quality human development.The treated water from these communities are served in two main ways which are:

» A service line is laid across the community to allow applicants to tap unto the service line with prepaid meters, therefore, raising funds for the maintenance of these facilities and also paying the employed youths of these communities.

» The treated water can also be served at the point of treatment into buckets, jaricans and any kind of container ensuring that everybody living in that community have access to treated water in a cost effective manner or way.

» Jobs: Because we aim at providing quality drinking water to all Ghanaians, we recruit people as artisans in water treatment to support us meet the high technical demand of all our valued customers. It does not require much educational background. All that it requires is the passion and loyalty to undergo the field training.

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A new water supply expansion project in Kpando inaugurated

Kpando came alive with the completion of the water expansion project.

On Monday the 17th of October, 2016 the people of Kpando in the Volta Region witnessed an inauguration of a newly completed water supply expansion project.

The original water system was based on underground systems using boreholes and its maximum production capacity was 130,000 gallons a day which was unable to meet the current demands.

However, the new system, which will pump 1.5 million gallons a day, draws water from the Volta Lake at Tokor to the treatment plant at Kpando. The project’s life span extends to 2025. It was built at the cost of about $13 million and will serve Kpando,  Sovie,  Anfoega,  Nkonya Ahenkro, and other surrounding communities. To ensure effective distribution of the volume of water a day, 110 km of pipe lines has been laid to various communities while 50 stand pipes has been constructed. The Ghana Water Company is managing the project.

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Residents of Nsawam particularly are bearing the burnt

Residents of Nsawam particularly are bearing the burnt of the drying up of the Densu river as they now share water with animals.

Health officials have warned of an imminent epidemic if nothing drastic is done immediately.  But why would all these happening now if you know your own source of water is treated by Tovila Water Solutions.

More than 40% of Ghana’s 25 million people lack access to save water. Tovila Water Solutions could provide reliable, affordable and save water to communities in need.

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Pantang Area Water Scheme appeals for bulk supply

The Pantang Area Water and Sanitation Scheme in the GA East Municipal Assembly in the Greater Accra Region has called on the Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) to supply it with bulk water to enable it meet the demands of its coverage area.

This has become necessary as settlements spread within the area, making it difficult to adequately provide potable water to the target population.

“For us to be able to serve our people adequately, we are liaising with the assembly to talk to the GWCL to give us bulk water so that we can distribute and pay outright,” the Board Chairman of the scheme, Mr. Benjamin Banitsi, told the Daily Graphic.

He was speaking at a public hearing to account to the people on the activities of the scheme in the area at Abokobi.

The annual public hearing created the platform for the scheme to educate the people on their rights and responsibility as well as the activities of the scheme over the year.

Increasing population

Mr. Banitsi said because of the increasing population of the area, the demand for water had outstripped supply, “and that is why we are liaising with the GWCL to complement what we are doing here.”

He said from January 2014 to December 2015, the scheme connected water to 202 houses to bring the total connection to 1,468.

Irregular power supply

Mr. Banitsi explained that irregular power supply from the national grid had led to high cost of operation as the scheme was compelled to buy diesel to power its generator to pump water.

Giving statistics, he said during the year under review, the scheme spent GH¢47,892.00 on diesel alone to be able to pump water continuously

He thanked the people in the area for their patience and assured that the scheme was committed to providing potable water to them.

Clean environment

Mr. Banitsi said, the scheme was not only concentrating on the provision of potable water.

Major challenges

The System Manager of the scheme, Mr. Jerry Yao Ayimah, who presented the annual report at the forum, said one major challenge to the provision of potable water apart from the high cost of electricity was damage to pipelines by estate developers.

He said the only way out of the situation was to relocate pipelines from private plots to avoid interruption of water supply as a result of the damages.

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Use of land affects water quality, aquatic life

Using 20 years of data, state agencies have been able to track how the use of land have impacted the water quality and aquatic life in lakes and streams in the world.

Over the past 20 years, research has been done by senior scientist across the world on natural resources management and aquatic system management in particular.

In Ghana alone, more than 1.4 million acres of grasslands were converted to cropland, industrial, and mining sites. Within this landscape are surface waters that include lakes and rivers between 2008 and 2015

However, lot of things come into play, not just land use.  Accra alone, goes through cycles of drought, drainage system and flooding that affect water availability and aquatic production. This can have a more dramatic effect than climate change. The “clean water” as said provided to citizen cannot be consume and they therefore sustain on processed water only.

In some part of the world, they hope to use long-term data from water quality assessments to evaluate relationships between beneficial water uses and land use patterns. Those beneficial water uses include fish and wildlife propagation, recreation and stock watering sources, in addition to more specific uses such as domestic water supply.

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