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Fluoride Contamination in the Groundwater in and its Effect on Human Health in Alladurg Area: A Case Study of Medak District, Telangana State, India

Sanda Rajitha1* and Praveen Raj Saxena2

1Department of Applied Geochemistry, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India

2Adama Science & Technology University, Adama, Ethiopia

*Corresponding Author:
Rajitha S
Department of Applied Geochemistry
Osmania University, Hyderabad, India
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E-mail: drsandarajitha@gmail.com

Received Date: 02/04/2018; Accepted Date: 21/04/2018; Published Date: 28/04/2018

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Abstract

A total of groundwater samples are one hundred and eight were analyzed for Anions are Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Sodium, Cations are Fluoride, Chloride, Sulfate, Carbonate, Bicarbonate, Nitrate and, pH, Electrical Conductivity, Total Dissolved Solids and, Total Hardness in the Alladurg area of Medak district, Telangana state, India. In the study area Fluoride concentration varies from 0.1 to 2.6 mg/L with an average of 0.8 mg/L. The World Health Organization (2012) guidelines are in fluoride range is 0.5 to 1.5 mg/L for drinking water and these ranges are normal for human body. And they are advised to less than 1.5 mg/L fluoride to avoid further fluorosis risks to consume in drinking water. In the study area fluoride concentration levels are exceeds above 1.5 mg/L in Basaltic area villages are Gunjothi (1.6 mg/L), Mungi (2.2 mg/L), Nyalkal (1.8 mg/L), Mirzapur (1.8 mg/L), Raikode (1.8 mg/L), Madhapur (2.5 mg/L), in lateritic area villages are Mirzapur ( 1.6 mg/L), Naimathabad (1.8 mg/L), Rejental (2.6 mg/L), Holgera (1.8 mg/L) and, Granitic area village is Kadchal (2.2 mg/L). Totally, in the study area fluoride levels exceeds in Basaltic area is 53%, Lateritic area is 26% and, Granitic area is 13%, these locations are not suitable for drinking purpose.

Keywords

Ground water, Soil, Fluoride, Health, Minerals

Introduction

Fluoride is a common, natural, and abundant element in soil and, water. Fluoride is beneficial and detrimental effects on health in drinking water. In drinking water fluoride contamination is the major problem of the all over the World. Above 200 million people suffer from fluorosis in drinking water in the world [1-3]. Nearly found in 29 countries are most effected with fluorosis problems [4]. In India 22 states have been identified as endemic for fluorosis in humans [5]. In India high fluoride level has been reported in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Tamilnadu, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Rajasthan, and Punjab [6]. 62 million people are suffered from fluorosis in drinking water in India and 90% of the villages are use groundwater for domestic purpose [7,8]. More than 20 developed nations are suffering from fluorosis [9]. In Nellore district, Andhra Pradesh, India was the first reported in fluoride in drinking water [10]. Fluoride potential source in groundwater include different types of minerals, which is Apatite, mica, hornblende, amphibole, and many others [11,12]. In the groundwater fluoride is the main source of fluoride bearing rocks from which it get weathered and, leached out contaminating in the water and fluoride content is mainly due to natural contamination [11,13].

Study Area

The study area is situated at distance of 100 kms away from Hyderabad, the capital of Telangana. The area covers 215 sq.km is a part of the Medak district, Telangana state, South India. It lies between Latitudes are 17°45ꞌ and 18° 0ꞌ North, Longitudes are 77° 30ꞌ and 77° 45ꞌ East, falling under survey of India toposheets no. E43R9 (56G/9), E43R10 (56G/10), E43R13 (56G/13) and E43R14 (56G/14) (Figure 1). The River Manjeera is main tributary in the study area. The climate of the study is humid with an annual mean temperature of 30°C and, the average annual rainfall is 745 mm, mostly occurring during the southwest monsoon period (June- September).

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Figure 1: Location map of the study area.

Geology of the Study Area

The present research study under investigation is a semi-arid region. The study area is a single formation known as Deccan traps (Figure 2). Groundwater occurs under water table in semi-confined conditions in joints and fractures. The density/intensity of fractures and joints play a major role in movement and occurrence of ground water. The fractured zones are under semi confined conditions. Approximately it occupies 80% of the study area.

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Figure 2: Geology map with location points of the study area.

Materials and Methods

A total of one hundred and eight groundwater samples were collected from different locations with different geology in the study area, in the month of August 2016. Samples were collected in good quality rinsed polyethylene narrow-mouth bottles. Samples were collected only from the bore well/hand pumps, which are in regular use for drinking purposes. The analysis of water samples were carried out following the preservation method recommended by American Public Health Association 2005 [14]. pH, EC and, TDS were measured using with pocket pH meter at the time of the field immediately. The cations (Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium and, Sodium) and, anions (Fluoride, Chloride, Sulfate, Bicarbonate and, Nitrate) were analyzed for the groundwater samples, according to their standard methods (Table 1).

Table 1. Instrumental and calculation methods for chemical analysis of the study area.

Parameters Unit Methods
pH - pH/EC/TDS meter
Electrical Conductivity (EC) (µS/cm) pH/EC/TDS meter
Total Dissolved solids (TDS) (mg/L) pH/EC/TDS meter
Total Hardness (TH) (mg/L) EDTA Titrimetric
Calcium (Ca2+) (mg/L) EDTA Titrimetric
Magnesium (Mg2+) (mg/L) (MgH=TH-CaH Mg=MgH × Eq. Wt of Mg × EDTA)
Sodium (Na+) (mg/L) Flame Photometric
Potassium (K+) (mg/L) Flame Photometric
Bicarbonate (HCO3-) (mg/L) Titrimetric
Chloride (Cl-) (mg/L) Titrimetric
Sulfate (SO42-) (mg/L) Spectrometer
 Nitrate (NO3-) (mg/L) Spectrometer
 Fluoride (F-) (mg/L) Ion Selective Electrode:
Thermo Orion

Results and Discussion

Results of the analytical data of groundwater samples and other parameters are shown in Table 2 and Figure 3.

Table 2. Total of minimum, maximum, averages of the study area with WHO 2012 guidelines (n=108).

Water Parameters Study area Parameters WHO Guidelines 2012
Minimum Maximum Meean
pH 6.5 8.9 7.4 6.5 - 8.5
EC 86.9 2279.0 545.7 ----
TDS 55.6 1458.6 321.5 500 - 2000
TH 20.0 599.6 186.1 300 - 600
Ca2+ 6.0 130.3 36.7 75 - 200
Mg2+ 1.0 99.5 28.7 ----
Na2+ 5.0 161.0 32.8 ----
K+ 0.8 31.2 4.7 10 to 2000
HCO3- 48.0 732.0 218.5 ----
Cl- 16.0 461.0 121.4 250 - 1000
NO3- 1.0 173.6 39.4  
SO42- 1.0 87.0 10.1 200 - 400
F- 0.1 2.6 0.8 1 - 1.5
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Figure 3: Fluoride concentration levels of the study area (n=108).

pH and Electrical Conductivity

The pH ranges found 6.5 to 8.9 with mean of 7.4 (Table 2), indicating the alkaline nature of groundwater. Usually pH has no direct effect to human health, but the permissible range as certained by World Health Organization are 6.5 – 8.5. Water with lower pH is corrosive in nature. While, pH should be less than 8, it is effective with chlorine. EC of the irrigation water becomes one of the important parameters to evaluate the overall chemical quality of groundwater and it is being used to compare the waters with one other in any region. Based on EC the water could be classified as tasteless, sweet, brackish, saline and brine. In the study electrical conductivity ranges from 87 to 2279 lS/cm, respectively (Table 2), most of the samples under the permissible limit.

Total Dissolved Solids and Total Hardness

The TDS ranges found 56 to 1458.6 mg/L with means 321.5 (Table 2). In the study 13% of samples are belong to brackish type water (TDS 1000 mg/L). In the study total hardness is varying from 20 to 599 mg/L (Table 2), entire study area lies within the maximum permissible limit of 600 mg/L prescribed by World Health Organization. Based on total hardness classification of the groundwater designated as 75 (soft), 75–150 (moderately hard), 150–300 (hard), and above 300 mg/L (very hard), respectively. The analytical result indicates the water in the study area is moderately hard to very hard.

Sodium and Potassium

Sodium is an essential element for humans, all animals and, some plants. The sodium concentration in groundwater ranges from 5 to 161 mg/L respectively (Table 2). The permissible limit of sodium, in potable water is 200 mg/L, and none of the samples exceed the permissible limit. Potassium is chemically very similar to sodium. Potassium ions are necessary for the function of all living cells. Heavy crop production rapidly depletes the soil of potassium, and this can be remedied with agricultural fertilizers containing potassium, accounting for 95% of global potassium chemical production [15]. In the study potassium ranges from 0.8 to 31.2 mg/L with an average is 4.7 mg/L (Table 2).

Calcium and Magnesium

In the study concentrations of calcium ranges varied from 6 to 130 mg/L and magnesium 1.0 to 99.5 mg/L, respectively (Table 2). Present study, calcium and magnesium ions are possibly derived from leaching of calcium and magnesium-bearing rock-forming silicates in the groundwater. The permissible limit of Calcium is 200 mg/L and Magnesium is 150 mg/L respectively (Table 2), prescribed by World Health Organization and, all the groundwater samples have calcium and magnesium concentrations well below the permissible limit.

Nitrate and Chloride

Nitrate varies from 1.0 to 173.6 with mean of 39.4 mg/L (Table 2). In the study area which is notify the possible sources of nitrates are animal wastages and agricultural activities. The nitrate permissible limit in drinking water value is 45 mg/L prescribed by World Health Organization. In the study chloride range in the water samples was recorded from 16 to 461 mg/L with mean of mg/L (Table 2). In the study 6% is chloride levels exceed the permissible and, moreover the majority of groundwater shows concentration of chloride below the guidelines of World Health Organization 2012 is suggested maximum permissible limit 250 mg/L [16].

Fluoride (F-) Levels in the Study Area

In the study area fluoride Concentration levels from 0.1 to 2.6 mg/L with a mean of 0.8 mg/L (Table 2 and Figure 3). Marginally exceeds the fluoride concentration levels in drinking water permissible limit is 1.5 mg/L prescribed by World Health Organization 2012 [17]. The presents tudy investigations declared that the high fluoride concentration more than 1.5 mg/L are observed in Basaltic area villages are Gunjothi (1.6 mg/L), Mungi (2.2 mg/L), Nyalkal (1.8 mg/L), Mirzapur (1.8 mg/L), Raikode (1.8 mg/L), Madhapur (2.5 mg/L), in Lateritic area villages are Mirzapur (1.6 mg/L), Naimathabad (1.8 mg/L), Rejental (2.6 mg/L), Holgera (1.8 mg/L), and in Granitic area is Kadchal village (2.2 mg/L) (Table 3 and Figure 4).

Table 3. Parameters in basalts, laterites, and granitic terrain of the study area (n=108).

  Soil Type PH EC TDS TH HCO Na K Ca Mg Cl NO SO F
Minimum Basalts 6.5 87 56 50 48 5 1 10 2 16 7 1 0.2
  Laterites 6.7 93 60 20 110 6 4 6 1 46 1 1 0.1
  Granites 6.7 382 230 152 128 16 1 34 10 20 21 1 0.1
Maximum Basalts 8.2 2067 1323 570 732 161 21 130 100 461 174 49 2.5
  Laterites 8.9 521 334 265 451 32 7 43 45 316 47 87 2.6
  Granites 7.6 2279 1459 600 311 104 31 114 83 287 162 78 2.2
Average Basalts 7.4 571 319 193 211 37 4 38 33 107 42 9 0.7
  Laterites 7.5 224 143 119 244 14 6 24 15 132 23 11 0.8
  Granites 7.1 1282 819 332 181 61 6 65 40 162 73 11 1.1
Stdev Basalts 0.4 385 247 101 127 31 4 21 26 90 24 10 0.6
  Laterites 0.4 94 60 45 73 7 1 9 10 69 14 17 0.5
  Granites 0.2 527 340 135 52 27 10 26 24 73 44 21 0.6
WHO Guidelines 2012 6.5-8.5 1500 1500 500 600 200 12 200 150 600 45 600 1.5
% of samples exceeding highest limit Basalts Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil 25 Nil Nil Nil 51 Nil 53.0
Laterites Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil 7 Nil 26.0
Granites Nil 0.2 Nil Nil Nil Nil 17 Nil Nil Nil 22 Nil 13.0
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Figure 4: Fluoride concentration levels in basalts, laterite, and granitic terrain of the study area (n=108).

Conclusion

The present study investigation on groundwater carried out in the Alladurg area, Medak district, Telangana State, India, shows that the concentration of Fluoride levels in groundwater is ranging from 0.1 to 2.6 mg/L. Finally, in the study fluoride concentration concluded in different individual groundwater resources of various villages. In the study area fluoride concentration levels of groundwater are exceeds in the Basaltic area is covered at 53%, lateritic area is covered at 26% and, Granitic area is covered at 13%. In the drinking water fluoride concentration levels permissible limit is 1.5 mg/L prescribed by World Health Organization, which is responsible for the endemic dental fluorosis in these areas, these locations are not suitable for drinking purpose. The results show that fluoride contamination in groundwater is anthropogenic source of fluoride include phosphatic fertilizers, animal and urban waste etc.

Acknowledgments

This research work was financially supported to Sanda Rajitha by University Grants Commission, Women PDF, New Delhi and, India. The first author would like to extent sincere thanks to Dr. M Ramana Kumar for his constant encouragement and support in the field work and as well as analysis work.

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