TITLESTUDY OF WATER SUPPLY SCHEME AT PHULGAON , TALUKA:HAVELI, DISTRICT:PUNE
AIMS AND OBJECTIVESThe main objectives of the proposed study are asfollows:• To collect the water samples from the bore wells and the nearby river (River Bhima) of the village Phulgaon,Taluka Haveli,District Pune on the Pune- Nagar State Highway.• To analyze the quality of water from the bore wells and Bhima river in the laboratory.
• To compare the test results of the analyzed samples from borewells with the test results of the analyzed samples from river Bhima.• To suggest suitable treatment methods to improve the water quality so as to make it potable.
INTRODUCTION• In developing countries there is usually not enough clean drinking water or sewerage. In these countries waterborne diseases cause many people to be ill or to die, mainly fragile groups such as young children, elderly people and people with a weakened immune system (AIDS patients and organ transplant receivers). The larger part of pathogenic microorganisms is removed by means of water treatment techniques, such as coagulation, flocculation, settling and filtration. To increase drinking water safety disinfection is applied as a final treatment step. There are several different disinfectants, which either kill or deactivate pathogenic microorganisms. Examples of disinfectants are chlorine containing substances, peroxide, bromine, silver-copper , ozone and UV. All disinfectants have benefits and drawbacks and can be used for water disinfection depending on the circumstances.
• In the early seventies it was discovered that disinfection byproducts can form during water disinfection by means of chemical disinfectants. When this was discovered research started on the development and health effects of these byproducts. Today there are legal standards indicating maximum levels of disinfection byproducts in drinking water. Methods to lower the concentration of disinfection byproducts in drinking water have also been researched.
DATA COLLECTEDLocation Village : Phulgaon Taluka : Haveli District : PunePopulation Around 1700Name of River BhimaTributaries Bhima ,Bhama and IndrayaniPumps along bank of River Around 20 of capacity 10 HPBhima Around 30 of capacity 7.5 HP Around 50 of capacity 5 HPPumps on Bore wells Around 5 of capacity 5 HP Around 10 of capacity 3 HPCost of electricity per pump For 10 HP - Rs 1000 / month For 7.5 HP - Rs 750 / month For 5 HP - Rs 500 / month For 3 HP - Rs 300 / month
PENDING PROJECT WORK• MPN Test Result (Bacterial Count)• Comparison of test results of samples from Bore wells and River Bhima.• Selection of suitable method of treatment.• Conclusions• Preparation of Finalized Project Report• Approval by Project Guide Prof.Dr.Ramesh.D.Dod
PROJECT STATUS• Literature survey work is completed• Almost all the analysis work is completed.• Project writing work has already started.• By mid of march the draft copy of the project report will be submitted to our project guide Prof.Dr.Ramesh.D.DOD for further checking and correction.• The final report will be submitted by 15th april 2012
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Seminar ByAashish Hangekar & Anish Gogate Guided By Prof.Dr.Ramesh.D.Dod