Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Study of Physico-Chemical Parameters of Ground Water Quality in Bilaspur District of Chhattisgarh state
Komal Chandra, Dr.manish tiwari
The quality, quantity and availability of drinking water are one of the most important Environmental, social and political issues at a global level. Monitoring of drinking water quality and decision making is a challenge. ground water nature of Bilaspur region with regard to twelve physico-synthetic boundaries was analysed for consistently to survey its reasonableness for drinking purposes. Water samples were collected from three wellspring of drinking water (Hand pump water, Bore well water, Tap water). Twelve physico compound boundries were dissected thinking about every one of the different seasons (Summer, Rainy, Winter) were conducted. A systematic study has been carried out between different analysed parameters and noticed qualities were contrasted and standard qualities suggested by Word Health Organigation (WHO). It was found that accessible water particularly tap water is not appropriate for general wellbeing.
Ground water, physicochemical, bore well, water quality.
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