Water Quality Analysis of near Marble Mine Area in Tehsil -Kotputali, District- Jaipur, Rajasthan (India)
Water is the most vital resources in our planet. From the different mining process the quality of ground water and surface water get contaminated by chemicals from mining. Further in processes creating environmental damage, the contamination resulting from leakage of chemicals also affects the health of the local population. To assess the quality of water two monitoring/sampling summer seasons were selected to analyses the quality of water near the marble mine in Tehsil - Kotputali, District- Jaipur (Rajasthan). Result shows that mining affects the quality of surrounding surface water and ground water. Observation showed a negative correlation with the water control. 20% results are within the permissible limits but 80 % results are above the permissible limits recommended by IS:3025 & APHA. The water is contaminated with high concentration of metals, types of toxic sulphides, and the presence of salts can negatively affect the water quality, marine life and ground water quality.
Keyword: Mining, Sulphides, Toxic, Jaipur.
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