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(pp.035-051) A. M. Omer ‘Sustainable water resources management in Sudan’, IJSR, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2010n

(pp.035-051) A. M. Omer ‘Sustainable water resources management in Sudan’, IJSR, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2010n

IJSRAbdeen M. Omer, University of Nottingham, UK

Abstract: For the 34 million people who live in Sudan, environmental pollution is a major concern; therefore industry, communities, local authorities and central government, to deal with pollution issues, should adopt an integrated approach. Most polluters pay little or no attention to the control and proper management of polluting effluents. This may be due to a lack of enforceable legislation and/or the fear of spending money on the treatment of their effluent prior to discharge. Furthermore, the imposed fines are generally low and therefore do not deter potential offenders.
Keywords: Sudan; Water resources development; Community water supply; Effective water supply management; Environment

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