Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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A STUDY OF WATER POLLUTANT PRESENT IN GROUNDWATER OF BHIWANI CITY, HARYANA AND DIFFERENT METHODS TO REMOVAL THESE WATER POLLUTANTS
MOHIT, DR. SUPRITA
Abstract
More than 70% of our country's fresh water in liquid form has been rendered unsafe for human use. Water pollution is now a worldwide challenge for environmental sustainability, necessitating the use of high-performance materials in successful pollution remedies. The main goal of this article is to investigate and analyse the water contaminants found in ground water in several colonies in Bhiwani, Haryana, India. Water samples were gathered from five locations in Bhiwani, Haryana, India. Many colonies have high TDS, magnesium, calcium, and nitrate contents, making the water unfit to drink. Various technologies have been implemented to address this issue. Different pollutants, such as hazardous trace metals, E.Coliforms, and other inorganic contaminants, are found in both surface water and groundwater sources. We also cover recent research on the removal of inorganic, organic, and heavy metal contaminants from water
Keywords
Groundwater, organic pollutant, inorganic pollutant, Bhiwani city, contaminants, TDS, Hardness, E.Coliform bacteria, removal methods, water pollution
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