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Ground Water Quality Parameter in Uruli-Devachi: A Case Study

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Shital G. Rupanawar and Sagar Gawande
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Physical Sciences and Engineering
Abstract: 

At present the most serious problem of pollution is the direct result of human activity. Some metropolitan cities like Bombay, Calcutta, Bangalore, and Pune are showing typical urban pollution. Among these cities, Pune produces large quantity (1000-2000 mt/day) of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW). As there is no effective system to manage this daily mass generated as waste, it has become a major problem for Pune Municipal Corporation. Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) disposes this solid waste at Urali Devachi Depot which is 20 km away from Pune city. Open dumps, commonly found in Asian countries, are land disposal sites at which solid wastes are disposed of in such a manner that poses threat to the environment through its susceptibility to open burning, and exposed to disease vectors and scavengers. The analytical data showed that concentration of all water parameters in leachate is objectionable, which is more than permissible limit of MPCB (Maharashtra Pollution Control Board). Leachate is a polluted liquid emanating from the base of the landfill, which contains innumerable organic and inorganic compounds generated due to which serious ground water contamination wasobserved in wells. Present paper is a case study of Uruli-Devachi (Open dump site), near Pune where daily1000–1200 tonnes of solid waste are disposed at Uruli-Devachi village, and the site was dealing with problems of frequent fires, smoke, flies, birds and bad odour. PMC was spraying the waste with water to prevent fires, resulting in even greater quantities of leachate generated due to which Serious ground water contamination was observed in wells.

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