World Water Day : Water Pollution In Bhawalkhera And Dadraul

Amar Ujala Network, Shahjahanpur Published by: Bareilly Bureau Updated Tue, 22 Mar 2022 11:07 AM IST

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Alok Kumar Singh, secretary of Prithvi Sanstha and teacher of SS College, says that in the year 2021, the Prithvi Sanstha had taken 34 samples of water from ten villages including Lalpur, Banthra, Khanpur of Bhavalkheda and Dadraul blocks. Hear the news Hear the news With the ever-increasing air and noise pollution in Shahjahanpur, the water has also not been pure. The tap water, which we are drinking as pure to saturate the throat, is impure in the true sense. There is a question mark on the purity of water in the city and its surrounding areas. Last year, the Prithvi Sanstha took a sample of water and examined it, then this thing came to the fore. The quantity of arsenic and fluoride was found to be three to four times more than the standard in the water test of ten villages of Bhavalkheda and Dadraul. At the same time, the amount of iron in the water in the city area is high. Samples were taken. After examining the water with a photometer, the amount of arsenic and fluoride in the water has been found to be three to four times more than the norm. Consumption of fluoridated water causes yellowing of teeth and crooked bones of children born. Whereas arsenic causes skin cancer and kidney failure in the body. Similarly, water samples were taken from 17 hand pumps in and around Baba Vishwanath Temple, Ghantaghar, Hanumatdham and its surroundings in the city. The amount of iron in the water from Bareilly Mor to Garra river in the city is high. Excess iron causes various diseases and problems in the body. Whereas in many places inside the city, the amount of fluoride is high.

Roof water harvesting will be constructed to make rain water harvesting

The rain water in Shahjahanpur is wasted due to lack of proper water management. As a result, the water level continued to fall. GF College took steps to store rain water and save the falling water level. After constructing two tanks under the rain water harvesting recharge pit in 2019, now preparations are on to conserve water through roof water harvesting. Following the instructions of the Union Ministry of Jal Shakti on September 5, 2019, rainwater harvesting is being done in GF College. Two tanks were built for Principal Dr. Tariq Ahmed told that the water from the roofs of half the college and in addition to this the other part goes into a tank made according to the area. After that the water gets cleaned and passes through another tank and reaches under the ground by boring. In view of the falling water level and the large size of the college, another roof water harvesting will be constructed. The work will be started soon.

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With the ever-increasing air and noise pollution in Shahjahanpur, the water has also not been pure. The tap water, which we are drinking as pure to saturate the throat, is impure in the true sense. There is a question mark on the purity of water in the city and its surrounding areas. Last year, the Prithvi Sanstha took a sample of water and examined it, then this thing came to the fore. The quantity of arsenic and fluoride was found to be three to four times more than the standard in the water test of ten villages of Bhavalkheda and Dadraul. At the same time, the amount of iron in the water in the city area is high. Alok Kumar Singh, secretary of Prithvi Sanstha and teacher of SS College, says that in the year 2021, the Prithvi Sanstha had taken 34 samples of water from ten villages including Lalpur, Banthra, Khanpur of Bhavalkheda and Dadraul blocks. After testing the water with a photometer, the amount of arsenic and fluoride in the water was found to be three to four times more than the standard. Consumption of fluoridated water causes yellowing of teeth and crooked bones of children born. Whereas arsenic causes skin cancer and kidney failure in the body. Similarly, water samples were taken from 17 hand pumps in and around Baba Vishwanath Temple, Ghantaghar, Hanumatdham and its surroundings in the city. The amount of iron in the water from Bareilly Mor to Garra river in the city is high. Excess iron causes various diseases and problems in the body. Whereas in many places inside the city, the amount of fluoride is high.

Roof water harvesting will be constructed to make rain water harvesting

The rain water in Shahjahanpur is wasted due to lack of proper water management. As a result, the water level continued to fall. GF College took steps to store rain water and save the falling water level. After constructing two tanks under rain water harvesting recharge pit in 2019, now preparations are on to conserve water through roof water harvesting. On September 5, 2019, following the instructions of the Union Ministry of Jal Shakti, two tanks were constructed to store rainwater in GF College. Principal Dr. Tariq Ahmed told that the water from the roofs of half the college and in addition to this the other part goes into a tank made according to the area. After that the water gets cleaned and passes through another tank and reaches under the ground by boring. In view of the falling water level and the large size of the college, another roof water harvesting will be constructed. The work will be started soon. ,

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