Accumulation of Heavy Metals in Pavana River, Pune, India
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Research Paper | Environmental Engineering | India | Volume 6 Issue 6, June 2017

Accumulation of Heavy Metals in Pavana River, Pune, India

Ashwini B. Jamdade, Sagar M. Gawande

In present scenario, the river water has become wastewater due to disposal of city waste through which it flows. Most of the existing wastewater treatment plants are getting overload because of unexpected rapid urbanization and due to change in life style of common man. The quality of water is analyze at some time interval because due to the contamination of water the water borne diseases are arise which affects on the human health and aquatic life also. The heavy metals defined as the metals having high density, atomic weight or atomic number heavy metals are degrade the air, water and soil quality. It causes the health issues in plants, animals and human beings. Common sources of heavy metals are mining, industrial waste, vehicle emission, lead acid batteries, fertilizers and paints etc.

Keywords: Aquatic life, Heavy Metals

Edition: Volume 6 Issue 6, June 2017

Pages: 1854 - 1857

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Ashwini B. Jamdade, Sagar M. Gawande, "Accumulation of Heavy Metals in Pavana River, Pune, India", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=ART20174823, Volume 6 Issue 6, June 2017, 1854 - 1857

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