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Evaluation of Heavy Metals in Groundwater at Residential Area nearby Major Industrial Areas of Jaipur | Original Article

Vijendra Singh*, in Journal of Advances in Science and Technology | Science & Technology


Heavy metals contamination has been recognized as a major environmental concern due to their pervasiveness and persistence. These heavy metals are not biodegradable hence the need to develop a remediation technique that efficient, economical and rapidly deployable in a wide range of physical settings. Results obtained exhibited that As, Cd, Cr, Fe, Mn & Pb were not found in any studied groundwater samples whilst Cu (0.00 – 0.25 mg/L) found only in sample G2 & Ni (0.00 – 0.02 mg/L) were below recommended values. Only Zn (0.54 – 18.07 mg/L) was exceeded the ISI permissible limit for potable water in samples G2 & G3. Overall findings indicated that groundwater bodies at residential area nearby major industrial areas of Jaipur city were good and to be used as potable water except samples G2 and G3.