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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.6.2017.tde-01092017-143227
Document
Author
Full name
Lidiane Alonso Paixão dos Anjos
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2017
Supervisor
Committee
Mucci, José Luiz Negrão (President)
Brandimarte, Ana Lucia
Giatti, Leandro Luiz
Moretti, Ricardo de Sousa
Title in Portuguese
Análise da gestão dos corpos hídricos urbanos da bacia hidrográfica do Alto Tietê
Keywords in Portuguese
Comitê da Bacia Hidrográfica do Alto Tietê
Gestão de Recursos Hídricos
Legislação Ambiental
Rios Urbanos
Abstract in Portuguese
Diante das modificações ocorridas com o crescimento urbano ao longo dos anos e a consequente falta de saneamento básico observada no início deste crescimento, a degradação dos rios e córregos da Região Metropolitana de São Paulo foram devastadoras para a sua qualidade, trazendo desconforto e doenças de veiculação hídrica para a população do entorno. Este projeto tem por objetivo analisar como os corpos dágua que não possuem relevância para o abastecimento e que estão localizados na Bacia do Alto Tietê estão sendo tratados pela legislação e por seus gestores, compilando as ações tomadas que favorecem a despoluição dos mesmos. Desenvolveu-se uma pesquisa qualitativa de estudo de caso, com caráter exploratório a partir de dados fornecidos pelo Comitê de Bacia Hidrográfica do Alto Tietê e dados secundários. Conclui-se que apesar de ser discutido dentro do Comitê, os corpos hídricos inseridos na Região Metropolitana de São Paulo não possuem grande importância, tendo o Comitê assuntos prioritários, como abastecimento, assim como a destinação de recursos indicados e aprovados pelo FEHIDRO e os investimentos da SABESP
Title in English
Analysis of the management of the urban water bodies of AltoTietê watershed
Keywords in English
Alto Tietê Watershed Committee
Environmental Legislation
Urban Rivers
Water Resources Management
Abstract in English
In the face of the changes that have occurred with urban growth over the years and the consequent lack of basic sanitation observed at the beginning of this growth, the degradation of the rivers and water streams of the São Paulo Metropolitan Area were devastating to its quality, bringing discomfort and waterborne diseases of circulation for the surrounding population. The objective of this project is to analyze how the water bodies among those that do not have relevance for the supply and that are located in the Alto Tietê Watershed are being treated by the legislation and its managers, compiling the actions that were taken to favor the depollution of those specific kind of water body. A qualitative study of a case study was developed, with an exploratory character based on data provided by the Committee of the Alto Tietê Watershed and secondary data. It was concluded that, despite being discussed within the Committee, the water bodies inserted in the São Paulo Metropolitan Region are not of great importance, with the Committee having priority subjects, such as supply, as well as the allocation of resources indicated and approved by FEHIDRO and investments of SABESP
 
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2017-10-03
 
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