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Abstract

A STUDY OF GROUNDWATER QUALITY OF DEORIA CITY, UTTAR PRADESH INDIA

Khwaja Mohammad Anwar* and Dr. Vanita Aggarwal

ABSTRACT

This study is aimed at providing information about physico-chemical properties of groundwater of Deoria city for understanding of groundwater quality. Samples were collected from ten wells located at different locations of the study area. Analysis was carried out for pH, TDS, total hardness, alkalinity, chloride, iron, nitrate, fluorides, sulphates, turbidity etc the results showed that the all parameters except alkalinity were within permissible limits. Total alkalinity values were found beyond permissible limit prescribed by BIS standards for drinking water. It is therefore, suggested that a regular chemical analysis must be done to ensure that the quality of drinking water in this area is not contaminated.

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