Open Access Open Access  Restricted Access Subscription or Fee Access

Analysis of BOD in water of Industrial River

Rajesh Kumar Sahu

Abstract


The Industrial coal mine discharged showed increasing concentration of trace and toxic elements in water discharged from mine. Pb and cd concentration in soil and water of Dipika coal are discharge have shown increasing trend. Lilagar river is most affected at the junction of river and mine water, due to pollution effect of heavy mining, toxic elements Cu, Pb and Cd have shown high conc. in soil in Dipika coal area. Cd is primary excreted through kidneys and Pb is non to have multiple hematotoxic effects. The value of BOD are increasing order so the water of Lilagar river is not use for human life.

Full Text:

PDF

References


Nanda V.P. (1977): Water needs for the future : Political, economic, legal and technological

issues in a national and international frame work.

Gardiner J. and Mance G. (1984); United Kingdom water quality standards arising from

European community directives : An update, Report, FRO O 41, Marlow : Foundation for

Water Research.

Zajic J.E. (1971) : Water pollution disposal, and reuse. Marcel Dekker, INC, New York.

Approved methods for the Physical and Chemical examination of water (1953).

SecondEdition, Institute of Water Engineers, London.

Alabaster J.S. (1980): Water quality criteria for fresh water fish. London Boston Butterworths

Co., 159-168.


Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.