Assessment of water quality: A case study in and around the Kanakapura (T) and Harohalli Industrial area
Dr. Babith Rani.H, Pallavi R, Sindhu S, Chandana R
water pollution, Indian standards, control measures, Industrialization.
The study is carried out to find the water quality in and around Kanakapura (T) and Harohalli industrial area. The water sample is collected from various parts of Kanakapura(T) and Harohalli industrial area. The collected samples were analyzed for various physical and chemical parameters i.e pH, total hardness, chloride, nitrate, iron, fluoride using standard methods. From this present study, it’s concluded that the surface water pollution in Kanakapura(T) and Harohalli industrial area is high and it is due to uncontrolled, unregulated effluents and waste water from industries. Many industries of these areas do not have treatment plants, hence discharge directly their effluents into water bodies. The present study also indicates that water quality in kanakapaura region is totally effected by industrialization, which adversely effecting human and other vegetation as per standards.
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Unique Paper ID: 144930

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 4, Issue 6

Page(s): 169 - 173
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