Study of groundwater quality parameters in Khurja city and adjoining areas of Khurja borewell and handpump waterAuthor(s):
Vikram Singh and Sandhya ChaudharyAbstract:
This is a study undertaken to determine the impact of industrial wastewater on the overall quality of groundwater in industrial town Khurja, District Bulandshahar, UP. A comparative analysis of quality parameters of groundwater samples taken from 6 different places (NREC College, GT road near CGCRI and industrial area near Chandralok colony, Gyanlok colony, Kalindi Kunj and Dashera Kherli village 8 km from Khurja city) was performed. Though the water from all the above-mentioned sources under study was found unsuitable for drinking purposes, the quality of the NREC College water sample was found to be better than that of the other five samples.
Motivations for study: occurrence of digestive-related diseases and other diseases due to poor water quality. Pages: 95-99 | Views: 28 | Downloads: 3Download Full Article: Click Here
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Vikram Singh, Sandhya Chaudhary. Study of groundwater quality parameters in Khurja city and adjoining areas of Khurja borewell and handpump water. Int J Geogr Geol Environ 2019;1(1):95-99.