PHYSICOCHEMICAL AND HEAVY METAL ANALYSIS OF POND WATER QUALITY OF RAIPUR CHHATISHGARH (INDIA)
Dr. Shilpi Shrivastava
Surface Water is an important source of water which is commonly used for multiple uses such as in agriculture, drinking purposes, small scale industrial application, and for household works. Due to rapid industrial growth, population explosion, and increased fertilizer application the surface and ground water have been continuously polluted, water pollution is caused by textile industry is mainly by release of waste stream coming out from wet processing operations line scouring bleaching dyeing and painting etc. Due to this chemical pollution the normal functioning of cell is disturbed and this is turn may cause alternation in physiology and biochemical mechanism. In the present study, monitoring and assessment of some physiochemical parameter of different pond water of Raipur area has been carried out to decipher the pollution load in the fresh water ecosystem. Several physiochemical parameters such as turbidity, salinity, total hardness, DTS, DO, BOD, COD, water samples were Analyzed for 5 metal Mo, Co, Zn, Fe, Cr.
Keywords: Water quality, Pond water, Agricultural runoff, Urban discharge, Fertilizer release.
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