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Vol. 12, Issue 1 (2023)

Pysico-chemical analysis on assesment of groundwater in Malwa Region, Punjab

Tanu Taneja and Nimisha Singh
Water covers 71% of the surface of the Earth; however, only 3% of that water is freshwater, and of that 3%, only 0.75 percent is groundwater. The remaining 31% of water is as ice. In the Punjab's district of Faridkot, the Malwa region's ground water testing analysis is presented in this report. The main goal of groundwater testing and analysis is to defend the environment from water contamination as well as the harmful impacts of agricultural and industrial pollutants on groundwater resources and the ecosystem. For the purpose of testing groundwater, various criteria are used. pH, alkalinity, turbidity, hardness, chloride, fluoride, and nitrate are some of these factors. After evaluating several samples and discovered that some of the samples had fluoride contamination, alkalinity, and hardness when compared to permissible standard limits. As a result, treating ground water prior to involving it for drinking and domestic tasks is necessary.
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How to cite this article:
Tanu Taneja, Nimisha Singh. Pysico-chemical analysis on assesment of groundwater in Malwa Region, Punjab. Pharma Innovation 2023;12(1):2549-2554.

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