Trace Analysis of Heavy Metals in Ground Waters of Vijayawada Industrial Area
Ravisankar Tadiboyina & Prasada Rao Ptsrk
pp. 3215-3229 | Article Number: ijese.2016.246
Published Online: July 29, 2016
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In recent years, the new environmental problem are arising due to industrial hazard wastage, global climate change, ground water contamination and etc.,,, gives an attention to protect environment.one of the major source of contamination of ground water is improper discharge of industrial effluents these effluents contains so many heavy metals which are cause more effects the human life. The present study about contamination of ground water due to trace metals in and around the Vijayawada. 60 samples are collected industrial area around the Vijayawada. The study area divided into five zones depending on the nature of industries are present in the study area .The following trace metals are analyzed Al, As, Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, Pb, Mn, Hg, Ni, Se, and Zn were analyzed in all the sample. In some ground water sample are found to be more concentration of metals are exceeds maximum limits values of WHO, ISI standards. The result gives important information of ground water quality.
Keywords: Trace analysis, heavy metals, Vijayawada, ground water, industrial
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