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A Review on Eviction of Fluoride from Ground Water of Particular Samples from Diverse Villages


Sanchita S Nawale , SVKMs Institute of Technology; Prakash A Katdare, SVKMs Institute of Technology


Electrodialysis (ED), Reverse Osmosis (RO)


Due to the manifestation of fluorine in ground water different chattels on human physiology can be seen. The increase or decrease in concentration of fluorine can make the groundwater unfit for various purposes. Due to high human population, urbanization, use of artificial chemicals and human activity water is highly dense with different harmful contaminants. Fluoride concentration above the permissible limits (1.5 mg/l) in drinking water leads to human health hazards, such as tooth and bone fluorosis. The climatic condition of action rocks, extract of soils, mining procedure and foray of rainfall through it high fluoride combination in groundwater. Different rocks have fluoride bearing minerals like apatite, fluorite, biotite and hornblende. The present investigation attempts to study the digestion of fluoride in groundwater of various areas like Dhule, Sakri village and Shindkheda. The study reveals that the consolidation of fluoride was found as 1.72 mg/l, 5.21 mg/l and 3.13mg/l in Dhule, Sakri and in Shindkheda which is higher than permissible limit. Treatment of water needs elimination of fluoride ions with a suitable and effective technique. Various types of techniques have been studied here such as Reverse Osmosis (RO), Activated Alumina, Black Carbon, electro dialysis (ED).

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Paper ID: IJSRDV7I100107
Published in: Volume : 7, Issue : 10
Publication Date: 01/01/2020
Page(s): 111-113

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