FLORA AND FAUNA ISSN 2456-9364(Online) 0971-6920(Print)
         
2016 Vol.22 No.2 PP 221-224
ASSESSMENT OF WATER QUALITY OF JALAUN (U.P.) INDIA
NEEL RATAN1, SHARAT SRIVASTAVA2 , R.K. GUPTA1 AND *U.N. SINGH
1Department of Botany,
2Department of Chemistry,
D.V. (P.G.) College,
ORAI-285001 (U.P.) INDIA
*Corresponding Author:
11-Teacher’s Flat, Rath Road, ORAI-285001 (U.P.) INDIA
E-mail: drunsingh@rediffmail.com
ABSTRACT
The water samples from Jalaun, U.P., India were tested to assess the quality of ground water used for drinking during the period of investigation. The physico-chemical and bacteriological parameters were studied. The results obtained were compared with WHO/ICMR standard. The study area have high electrical conductivity (1.02 µs) and hardness (250 mg/l) at some places. Coliform count is very high (4000 MPN/100ml) at most sampling sites. These water cause various types of water borne diseases.

Key words : Coliform count, Conductivity, Hardness, Water quality.
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