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Hydrological Modelling of Catchments at Industrial Sector

  • 1. Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Kallam HarandhaReddy Institute of Technology, Guntur, A.P., India.
  • 2. Assistant Professor in Department of Civil Engineering, V.R Siddhartha Engineering College, Vijayawada, A.P., India
  • 3. UGC- Post Doctoral Fellow, Centre for Women Studies, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, A.P., India
  • 4. Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Vignans Foundation for Science Technology and Research, A.P., India
  • 1. Publisher

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In any nation industries are the major sources for the country economy and also the major source of employment for the people of any nation. Industries are also considered as prime reason for the developmental activities with huge employment potential at the other side the environmental conditions in and around the industries are degrading very rapidly due to the lack of proper supervision on disposal of industrial wastes along with the emissions releasing into the open atmosphere by few of the industries [9] without any concern of human health eventually over a period of time all the effluents and the emissions released into the open atmosphere without treatment shows dangerous consequences on the environment in the society. The major requirements of any industries starts with water only, as the water is prime element for the survival any living organism on the earth and also the water is the prime component for the development of any area but at certain areas the water both surface and ground water [11] sources have been contaminating due to the unethical and unscientific disposal of wastes into the open lands as well as into the nearby water bodies. when we emphasize the reason behind this specific activity we came to understand that improper maintenance of effluent treatment plants and the effluents releasing from them shows its severe impacts on nearby aquatic organisms [3], if the same water is used for domestic activities there will be a damage for human health and sometimes it may leads to the death of the individuals also. In the present study three locations were indentified around the boundaries [8] of catchment based on the entry of flow into the catchments and the samples were collected for three times in the study period of three months, all the samples were marked with labels and analysis [2] was carried out by using prescribed analytical procedures, the results were compared with surface water quality standards [1] specified by Central Pollution Control Board,1979 and the Bureau of Indian standards, 1982 to find out the hydrology of the catchment

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