Ground and Surface Water Polluted in Manpur Block

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Santan Kumar | Prabhash Kumar | Surabhi Ranjan

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Human activities are considered to be contamination. Every persons wants clean water for drinking, bathing and other domestic uses, but not everybody appreciates the fact that our own actions are often the worst enemy in achieving that goal. Ground water is one of the most misused and misunderstood resources. Because ground water and its movement, and consequently also its pollution, is hidden from view beneath the land surface, the seriousness of ground-water pollution problems has not been recognized until recently. The sources of manpur block ground-water pollution are many and varied because in addition to natural processes practically every type of facility or structure installed by man and each and every one of his activities may eventually contribute to ground-water quality problems. The quality of ground water is most commonly affected by waste disposal. Other major sources result from agricultural activities and ground-water development. In addition to these three major categories, there are other potential sources of pollution, such as mining, spills, leakage from underground pipes and tanks, and road salting. All of these activities can generate pollutants which eventually may enter the ground-water systems and slowly begin to move through the subsurface environment. Once under the ground, the pollutants are hidden from view and the existence of ground-water pollution becomes evident only if they remerge on the surface or in water wells. When this occurs, it is almost too late to do anything about it. The effects of pollution may remain in the aquifers for years, decades, or centuries, because the residence time of ground water is very slow. Ground-water pollution may even result in aquifers or parts of quifersbeing damaged beyond repair. The effects of manpur block groundwater pollution are wide. Human infectious disease is one of the more serious effects of water pollution, in this paper the overview of ground water pollution & its consequences over health & environment is taken. Also the possible remedies are discussed in the paper. BY Santan Kumar | Prabhash Kumar | Surabhi Ranjan"Ground and Surface Water Polluted in Manpur Block" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: Paper URL:

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Ground water, Pollution, Human, Health effects, Water pollution, Falgu river
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