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Use of Polluted River Water after the Treatment for Irrigation Purpose Case study: Purandar Lift Irrigation Scheme

Publication Date : 28/02/2015



Author(s) :

Miss. Pranjali Arun Chiwhane , Dr. Sameer S. Shastri , Dr. D. K. Parbat.


Volume/Issue :
Volume 2
,
Issue 2
(02 - 2015)



Abstract :

Water is one of the basic needs having vital importance for the survival of human being. Environment fulfils this need of human being by providing different natural resources like rivers, lakes, streams etc. This need of human being demands for clean water for drinking and recreation purpose but now-a-days, due to the reasons like increased population, urbanization & industrialization are getting polluting these natural resources. As the demand for water increases, making more efficient use of water becomes more important. River Mutha as it passes through the city of Pune receives domestic waste as well as industrial waste. Untreated or partially treated wastewater, which is a negative externality of urban water use, is widely used for irrigation in water scarce regions like Purandar, Daund, Haweli, and Baramati having undulating ground profile where average rainfall is around 400 to 500 mm. Marginal quality water or water whose quality might pose a threat to sustainable agriculture and/or human health if used for irrigation without taking certain precautions. In order to protect the public both from consuming crops grown on contaminated water and from direct exposure to the applied effluent during ploughing etc. The waste water needs to be treated properly before it is supplied for irrigation. Low cost technology (oxidation pond) is particularly well suited for tropical and subtropical regions because the greater amount of sun and higher temp contribute to a more efficient removal of waste as well as system provide reliable, low cost, and relatively low maintenance treatment for municipal and industrial discharges.


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