Study on Physico-Chemical Characteristic and Suitability of Underground Drinking Water under Bhagalpur Municipal Corporation
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Research Paper | Chemistry | India | Volume 3 Issue 7, July 2014

Study on Physico-Chemical Characteristic and Suitability of Underground Drinking Water under Bhagalpur Municipal Corporation

Dr. Kumari Vineeta, Dr. Jyotindra Choudhary

s: Bhagalpur is one of the oldest district and presently old division of Bihar situated on the bank of holy River Ganga having total population of 399282 ref. yr.2011 to be covered under safe and hygienic drinking able water Source. At present city dweller has only two Water sources either from River Ganga or from their own/govt underground deep tube well water supply unit is located at Barari has about 0.01 % supplying capacity. The status of drinking water its physical and chemical studies was the plan of our study. Bhagalpur is a part of Gangetic plains. The ground water of Ganga occurs under confined condition and underground water level is going rapidly in down trends. Presently one has to pump out water from 350feet bgl to 450 feet bgl having 60 water pumps run by BMC/PHED and 16 number of drains operative in BMC, discharge waste water into Ganga River. The present study is concerned with the measurement of its temp, PH, TH, TDS, EC, [Na+]), [K+] [Cl-], [F-] and compare the value obtained from standard BIS, WHO and MIC corresponding reference and to justify at what level it is causing health hazard to the innocent people.

Keywords: phonetic, hygienic, presidency redresses, inhabitants

Edition: Volume 3 Issue 7, July 2014

Pages: 1060 - 1064

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Dr. Kumari Vineeta, Dr. Jyotindra Choudhary, "Study on Physico-Chemical Characteristic and Suitability of Underground Drinking Water under Bhagalpur Municipal Corporation", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=20141152, Volume 3 Issue 7, July 2014, 1060 - 1064

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