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PRESENCE OF CONTAMINATION IN GROUND WATER AROUND MANDIDEEP INDUSTRIAL AREA, MADHYA PRADESH, INDIA.

Reeta Kori , Alok Saxena , Harish Wankhade , Asad Baig , Ankita Kulshreshtha and Smriti Sen.


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    <dct:description>&lt;p&gt;Groundwater contamination can often have serious harmful effects on human health. Ground water is one of the major resources of the drinking water in India. Mandideep industrial area, Madhya Pradesh is located near Bhopal capital of Madhya Pradesh, India. For present ground water study, Mandideep industrial area were divided in to 20 Blocks in which 13 blocks were selected for this study and other 7 blocks have open area around was no monitoring blocks. Study of all Physico-chemical parameters of ground water was carried out during different four quarters of year 2017 to 2018. All ground water monitoring was done as per standard guidelines followed by Central Pollution Control Board and analyzed by standard methods. It is concluded that high contamination in ground waters observed at few locations around Mandideep Industrial area during this study as compare to drinking water standard BIS , 10500 (2012). The observation reveals minimum average concentration of nitrate was found 3.74 mg/l (G5) &amp;amp; maximum concentration 27.88 mg/l (G8) and minimum average concentration of fluoride was found 0.23 mg/l (G10) &amp;amp; maximum concentration 1.11 mg/l (G 2) during this study. All activities, such as industrial discharge, subsurface injection of chemicals and hazardous which carried out at industrial area may reason of source of ground water pollutants.&lt;/p&gt;</dct:description>
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