Survey On Provision Of Clean Water And Household Water in Kampung Amanuban Oebufu Village Oebobo Sub District in 2017
Clean water is water that is used for everyday purposes whose quality meets health requirements and can be drunk when cooked. The quality of drinking water is one of the important things that must be considered, so that the water is safe for consumption by the community. This study aims to determine the availability of clean water and household drinking water supply which includes the type of clean water facilities used, the condition of clean water facilities, how to process drinking water, the type and handling of drinking water containers. The type of research used is descriptive with a sample of 220 samples. Data collection methods used was primary and secondary data. Data obtained through direct observation and data from the Village Office were analyzed descriptively. The results showed that 99.2% of the family used dug wells and 0.8% used springs as clean water facilities for daily needs. The community processes water by boiling as much as 99.1%. There were 71 respondent (32.3%) using kettles, thermos and closed buckets as drinking water storage containers and drinking water storage containers which were cleaned several times a week as many as 160 respondents (72.7%). It can be conclude that the types of clean water facilities in Kampung Amanuban, Oebufu Village are 120 digging wells and 1 water spring. The condition of the dug well facility shows that there are 3 facilities with a high level of pollution risk, 67 facilities with a high level of pollution risk, 46 facilities with moderate pollution risk levels and 4 facilities with a low level of pollution risk. The way people in Kampung Amanuban, Oebufu Village, Oebobo Sub-District, in processing water is boiled by 218 respondents, and 2 respondents use bottled water / gallons. Drinking water storage containers used by the community. The handling of drinking water storage containers by the community in Amanuban Village is done through container cleaning, where as many as 160 respondents cleaned drinking water containers several times a week, 34 respondents (15.5%) cleaned drinking water containers once a week, and 26 respondents cleaned storage containers every day.