Volume No. 9 Issue No.: 3A Page No.: 773-778 January-March 2015

 

STUDY OF GROUND WATER IN VADODARA DISTRICT, GUJARAT,INDIA

 

Pradhan Alka,*Goyal Harshita, Khan Nazish1and Deshmukh Jitendra2

1. Department of Chemistry, Government M.V.M. College, Bhopal (INDIA) 2. Department of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur (INDIA)

 

Received on : October10, 2014

 

ABSTRACT

 

Water should be managed, recognized and treated as an economic good. Recent analytical studies show the increasing global temperature, climate change arctic and global melt down and introduction of mining waste induce environmental degradation. The monitoring exercise was done in different villages near Vadodara, India. Drinking water should be safe as it is the most essential commodity for all living beings. Physico-chemical parameters analysis were done for the determination of Ca2+, Mg2+, Cl-, F-, pH, TDS, turbidity and electrical conductivity. Theparameters were analyzedfor describing the present ground water quality of the region. The main objectives of the study was to assess the degree of ground water contamination the most of the physico-chemical parameters and heavy metal concentration are well within the permissible limits of Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and state regulatory agency

 

Keywords : Ground water, TDS, Turbidity, Electrical conductivity, pH

 

 

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