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Water Quality 0% open


What data is expected?

Data, measured at the water source, on the quality of water is essential for both the delivery of services and the prevention of diseases. The Index either looks at the quality of designated drinking water sources, or of environmental water sources (if drinking water data is not available). See our methodology for more information. In order to satisfy the minimum requirements for this category, data should be available on level of the following chemicals by water source.

  • Fecal coliform
  • Arsenic
  • Fluoride levels
  • Nitrates
  • Total Dissolved Solids
  • Data per water source
  • Available for entire country

How open is the data?

The Thai government does collect water quality data related to environmental pollution and make it open however the parameters we specify are not all included in the datasets. B2 is no for this reason you can find the data that is available below: Data Set of Pollution Control Department to place their government data on the in an open format and data being free of charge. Data Set of Pollution Control Department There are ten divisions as internal arrangement in the Pollution Control Department. - Office of the Secretary - Legal Division - Planning Analysis and Evaluation Division - Waste and Hazardous Substance Management Bureau - Water Quality Management Bureau - Air Quality Management Bureau - Environmental Quality and Laboratory Division - Inspection and Enforcement Division - Management System Development Group - Coordinating Center for Environmental Law Enforcement (CCEE)

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Reviewer   Nisha Thompson
Submitters   Nisha Thompson
Last modified   Thu Mar 16 2017 03:05:03 GMT+0000 (UTC)



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