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Effect of Industrial Wastewater on Quality of Lake Water in India


Rajesh Kumar Tiwari , LNMIPPL


Industrial waste, Water pollution, Water quality parameters


A lake could also be outlined as an internal body of water (usually freshwater) wholly enclosed by land and with no direct access to the ocean. Lakes square measure someday subjected to waste product discharges originating from completely different sources. Chemicals such as nitrogen, phosphorus and carbon in certain concentration might distort and disrupt aquatic ecosystem. Eutrophication of upcountry water bodies has become synonymous with the deterioration of water quality that interferes with most of its helpful uses. Currently a day’s several human activities creates the pollution in and round the water body, owing to that natural standing of lakes might are available the zone of pollution. The standard of water typically is indiscriminate in line with its physical, chemical and biological characteristics. Rapid industrialization and indiscriminate use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides in agriculture are inflicting serious and varied pollution in aquatic surroundings resulting in deterioration of water quality and depletion of aquatic aggregation. Owing to the utilization of contaminated water, human population suffers from water borne diseases. It is therefore necessary to check the water quality at regular intervals of time. It’s thus necessary to visualize the water quality at regular intervals of your time. This review paper offers a short summary concerning lake, its classification and therefore the varied factors touching its water quality. What is more drawback of eutrophication is additionally mentioned well. Varied parameters needed for analyzing water quality beside water quality index also are mentioned.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV4I120559
Published in: Volume : 4, Issue : 12
Publication Date: 01/03/2017
Page(s): 838-842

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