E3S Web Conf.
Volume 37, 2018The Sixth International Congress “Water, Waste and Environment” (EDE6-2017)
|Number of page(s)||12|
|Section||Protection of Water Resources – Groundwater Contract|
|Published online||25 May 2018|
Public services for distribution of drinking water and liquid sanitation in urban zones in Morocco Relevance of introduction the performance indicators for preservation water resources.
PhD student in Environmental Science and Development laboratory- BSE- University Hassan I. FST - Settat.
2 Laboratory of the Sciences of the Environment and the Development – Training: Biology, health and Environment- University Hassan I. Faculty of Sciences and Techniques of Settat. BP 577 Settat - Morocco
3 Directorate of Communal Operators and Conceded Services- Ministry of Interior - Rabat - Morocco
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Because of the absence of regulations and specific national norms, the unilaterally applied indicators for performance evaluation of water distribution management services are insufficient. This does not pave the way for a clear visibility of water resources. The indicators are also so heterogeneous that they are not in equilibrium with the applied management patterns. In fact:
1- The performance (yield and Linear loss index) of drinking water networks presents a discrepancy between operators and lack of homogeneity in terms of parameters put in its equation. Hence, It these indicators lose efficiency and reliability;
2- Liquid sanitation service has to go beyond the quantitative evaluation target in order to consider the qualitative aspects of water.
To reach this aim, a reasonable enlargement of performance indicators is of paramount importance in order to better manage water resource which is becoming scarce and insufficient.
Key words: Service / Distribution / Drinkable Water / Sanitation / Indicators / Performance / Water Resources
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