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Qualitative Analysis of River Water of Rewa City, Madhya Pradesh: A Review

Manoj Kumar Solanki, Sapna Billaiya


Water is one of the requisite resources for the survival of organisms on the earth. It is not possible for life to function without water. Water is considered as the universal solvent. Since water sustains life therefore regular management, conservation and qualitative analysis of water is necessary. There are various sources of water out of which main sources are surface water, underground water, rain water and sea water. Surface water includes flowing water (streams ad river water) and still water (lakes, ponds and reservoirs). River water is one the important sources of water which can be used for drinking purpose after suitable treatment. But these days, various human activities and direct sewage discharge from the industries increases the rate of pollution in the rivers. Therefore, it is necessary to analyse the quality of river water using various physico-chemical parameters such as pH, alkalinity, Total hardness, Total dissolved salts, colour, temperature, sulphate, chloride, DO, BOD, COD, turbidity etc [1]. The main motive of this paper is to analyse the river water quality using various physico-chemical parameters with the help of literature review.


Keywords: Analysis, Drinking water availability, human activities, Physico-chemical parameters, Rewa city, River Pollution, River water quality, WHO guidelines


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Manoj Kumar Solanki, Sapna Billaiya. “Qualitative Analysis of River Water of Rewa City, Madhya Pradesh: A Review”. Research & Reviews: A Journal of Toxicology. 2020; 10(2): 40–45p.

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