S. Agha, A. W. Mastoi, G. M. Matoi, a. Memon, G. M. Bhutto
Ground water is mostly used for human consumption in District Larkana. A number of representation samples will be collected from towns of District Larkana to show the water quality of District Larkana, to as a whole. The water samples will be collected from hand pumps, tube wells and open wells. The location of the source of ground Water, GPS reading, number of people using the source, approximate depth of the pump and water and air temperature will be noted at the site. Two bottles of 1.5 liter each will be filled from each site after allowing the water to flow at least for 5-10 minutes. The samples will be then transferred to the laboratories of Advance Research Studies in a Chemical Sciences and will be analyze for pH, conductivity, total dissolved salts (TDS), salinity, turbidity, chloride, Hardness, alkalinity, nitrate, nitrite, phosphate, chemical oxygen demand (COD), Sulphate, and Sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, copper, iron, cobalt, nickel, lead, zinc, chromium, Arsenic and fluoride. The analyses will be carried out by Titrimetry, spectrophotometry and Atomic absorption spectrometry. The observed values will be compared with the permissible Limits of World Health Organization (WHO). The water samples will be analyzed for the Suitability of human consumption and irrigation purposes. The results of analysis will be Validated by cation and anion balance. The obtained results will be analyzed by different Statistical methods to evaluate the distribution and nature of the ground water of District Larkana. The attempt will be made to evaluate possible health effect of .
ground, water, Quality parameters ground Water for human consumption
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S. Agha, A. W. Mastoi, G. M. Matoi, a. Memon, G. M. Bhutto. (2021) Water Management: Monitoring the water quality parameter of drinking water of Larkana district, Sindh, Pakistan. International Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Systems, 6, 79-91