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Warora is developing city since last five years due to industrialization. Some thermal power stations such as Wardha Power Company Limited, G.M.R. are established and some new projects are going to establish. Industrial boom caused rapid growth of population and pollution which brought enormous problem and degradation of the environment. In order to evaluate the quality of water in study area and its suitability for domestic purposes Twelve water samples from different places around thermal power plants Warora were collected in summer and analyze for different physico-chemical parameters such as temperature, conductivity, pH, TDS ,turbidity, chloride, total alkalinity, hardness, calcium, magnesium, sulphate, and iron. The analysis of various parameters carried out using standard methods (APHA/NEERI) and then compared with the standard guideline values recommended by the BIS (1991). The results suggest that most of the parameters are beyond the permissible limits. Present study has been carried out to assess the contamination of water sources in surrounding villages closer to thermal power plant in Warora. Dist-Chandrapur.
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Author(s): Varada V Khati Deepali P Gulwade and S S Deo
Surface Water, Ground Water, Physico-Chemical Parameters, Thermal Power Plants, Warora, Quality assessment