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A Study on Ground Water Quality In Gorakhpur City

Author(s):

Manoj Kumar Gond , mmmut gorakhpur; Dr.Govind Pandey, mmmut gorakhpur

Keywords:

Physico-Chemical Water Quality Parameter, India Mark-II Hand Pump, Shallow Depth Hand Pump

Abstract

In this study, water quality evaluation was completed in 8 stations of Gorakhpur city. The study's point was to survey the physico-chemical parameters of drinking water quality from groundwater sources (India Mark-II and shallow depth hand-pumps). It is found that the increment in the level of a portion of the physico-chemical parameters of ground water has risen as a vital issue in urban areas. It is uncovered that TDS, hardness and pH are the parameters obliging consideration in the greater part of the shallow depth hand pumps with the exception of in Golghar and Betiahata, while pH and chloride additionally require consideration sometimes. The water quality situation displays that Gorakhpur city demonstrates a poor general consistence status (half). Despite the fact that the fluoride focus is observed to be inside of the permissible limits of 1 mg/l, indicates a requirement for examination of more number of water tests for this city with a perspective to guarantee the wellbeing of general wellbeing against unfriendly impacts of fluoride.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV3I70136
Published in: Volume : 3, Issue : 7
Publication Date: 01/10/2015
Page(s): 614-615

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