International Journal of Chemical Studies
Vol. 1, Issue 5 (2014)
A study of ground water chemistry of Gundlav GIDC area, Valsad-Gujarat
Author(s): Bhadreshkumar R Sudani
Abstract: Industrialization is known as vehicle for any nation’s fast economic growth. Due to industrialization, urbanization and drastic change in the lifestyle of most of the population there are some anthropogenic impact on the biosphere also found. We know that water is a basic need of our life, but its natural sources are being diminished by so called development. In this present study 21 water samples were collected from different hand pumps and bore wells in Gundlav, GIDC area and 12 parameters for each sample were analyzed for its biochemistry and physical chemistry by using standard techniques for ground water quality assessments. The results for all the samples were compared with WHO and BIS Standards. The comparisons show that most of the samples are near to the permissible limits or slightly higher than the limits.
Fig. 1: Location map of study area (a map from Google Maps).
Pages: 54-58 | 1125 Views 17 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Bhadreshkumar R Sudani. A study of ground water chemistry of Gundlav GIDC area, Valsad-Gujarat. Int J Chem Stud 2014;1(5):54-58.