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MICROBIOLOGICAL AND PHYSICOCHEMICAL STUDY OF UNDERGROUND WATER

M.I.Kumbar*, K.G.Pujar, M.S.Yadawe, S.C.Hiremath, A.S.Pujar and U.S.Pujeri

Journal Title:World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research
Abstract


Drinking water quality assessment in North Karnataka has always been crucial with reference to public health importance. A study was conducted to evaluate the quality of underground water. A total of 12 water samples were randomly collected from tube wells. The samples were analyzed for microbial and physico-chemical parameters. The study revealed that 98% of tube wells found to cross the WHO guideline value for drinking water. The water samples collected from different regions of Bijapur district were found to have significant impurities, considerable deterioration and remarkable variation. The physico-chemical and microbiological characters of different water samples showed that maximum samples were not suitable for drinking purposes.

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