Improving water quality: An approach towards green chemistry
Manmohan Krishna Upadhya
Water resources are finite and the population that depends on those supplies is increasing inexorably. Virtually all of the global environmental impacts attributable to this population growth have contributed severe impacts on water resources. These include deforestation resulting from the demand for agricultural land, housing, and fuel; loss of biological species in forests and in waters; pollution of fresh and marine waters, further depleting food sources; introduction of persistent organic pollutants into the ecosystem etc. To prevent the concentration of water pollution, efficient safety measures have be employed that prevent point-source and nonpoint-source pollution. Green chemistry solutions should be employed, where it is possible. An effective way to deal with the water pollution problem is to use the least harmful ways to prohibit contaminants. Chromatography methods and separation chemistry principles offer a variety of encouraging methods to attain these attainable goals. Proper remediation has been provided to aid correct contamination of groundwater, which affects nearly hundred million people worldwide. A variability of novel methods has been included for prevention and remediation of water pollution that occasion radical reaction and the utilization of advanced nano-based techniques. This current paper is mainly focusing on current aspect of water pollution control strategies with green chemistry.
How to cite this article:
Manmohan Krishna Upadhya. Improving water quality: An approach towards green chemistry. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(5):476-479.