SOPAC Compendium Project
SOPAC Compendium Project
Digital collection of the entire body of knowledge of CCOP/SOPAC from 1972 to 2010

Listing Projects - Category of Water and Sanitation (WS) (281)

TitleDescriptionCategoryTypeProject Year
Rural Water Supply Programme Water and Sanitation (WS) Programme 1984
Rural water supply programme Water and Sanitation (WS) Programme 1983
Review of site availability for final effluent disposal This study is the result o-f a survey conducted in Port Vila Harbour in 1983 that indicated the necessity -for liquid waste disposal facilities to serve greater Port Vila. A study was conducted in Mele Bay in 1984 to locate favorable ocean outfall sites, and several locations were evaluated. The general area identifies as Station VI in the 1985 study has now been proposed as the more favorable location for serving Port Vila Harbour and Erakor Lagoons area. The present survey was conducted to develop baseline data on the water quality, hydraulic characteristics, and bottom profile along a possible submarine discharge pipeline route at Station VI in Mele Bay. The selected site could serve both the harbour area and the lagoons area that are separated by a high ridge. The station is located in Mele Bay at the end of that ridge on the Pango Peninsula. Water and Sanitation (WS) Technical Review 1985
Small Scale Wastewater Treatment Project, Tonga The Small Scale Wastewater Treatment (SSWTP) project investigated appropriate wastewater treatment technologies to accommodate small group of dwellings in Tonga. A visit was made to Tonga from the 2nd- 9th March 1999. The visit was part of a series of visits to Pacific Island Countries that participate in the SSWTP. It also provided an opportunity to liase with agencies and projects that work in related areas. Water and Sanitation (WS) Project 1999
Water Quality Monitoring of Port Vila and Luganville Harbours, Vanuatu, supported by SPREP Water and Sanitation (WS) 1987
Demand management and conservation investigations in Funafuti, Tuvalu The study was undertaken as part of a Water Demand Management and Conservation Project funded by the Government of Taiwan & was requested by the Government of Tuvalu for the Public Works Department. Water demand management and conservation practices focus on the development and use of water supplies in such a way to stretch available water as far as possible before having to develop new sources. In February, 1998 a trip was made by Mr Ed Burke to Funafuti. The purpose of the trip was to collect information and observe current water sector practices for this demand management and conservation project. Water and Sanitation (WS) Study 1998
Water Resource Management Sector Implementation of activities on water resource management Water and Sanitation (WS) Programme 2006
Pipe Detection Survey and MapInfo Training The objective of this task was to complete pipe detection surveys for the remaining villages of Niue not previously surveyed and compile all information into the pre-existing Water Utility GIS. Provide MapInfo training to a member of the Niue Water Section. Water and Sanitation (WS) Survey 2000
Water and Sanitation Technical Assistance to monitor possible effects of mining on water resources Water and Sanitation (WS) Activity/Task 1997
Hydrological Baseline Studies Study to provide information on possible effects of mining on selected water resource catchment areas Water and Sanitation (WS) Study 1998