Bad habit Chancellor of the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT) Professor Richard Kwasi Amankwa has revealed that the University has the innovation that can lessen the turbidity levels of the Pra River inside a month.
The Pra River has been intensely dirtied by the exercises of illicit limited scope mining.
Sekondi-Takoradi has been going through water proportioning for quite a long time because of the failure of the Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) to draw crude water from the Pra River to treat and convey.
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This is owed to the way that the turbidity levels of the waterway have ascended to high extent because of exercises of illicit mining.
Yet, Professor Richard Akwasi Amankwa told the meeting Minister that "we will actually want to diminish the turbidity levels in a month".
"… in this way, we need the consent of the Water Resources Commission to enter the Pra River. At the point when we start, I need to accept that inside a time of one month we ought to have the option to diminish the turbidity levels".
He clarified: "Particles should choose their own. Yet, when it happens that the particles can't choose their own [colloidal particles] then you need to kill charges and power them to settle. That is the thing that we will do. We are simply going to present a few particles which are harmless to the ecosystem and they will associate with the particles that would prefer not to settle and power them to settle".
He demonstrated that all around the innovation has been tried on a little stream in Tarkwa and it has worked and are "prepared to move to a greater space".
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