Evaluation of total dissolved solids (TDS) represents measurement of the concentrations of common dissolved ions (e.g., sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, chloride, sulfate, and bicarbonate) in freshwaters due to which toxicity increases and causes a serious damage to environment and human health. It comes from different inorganic and organic sources including human waste, agricultural waste, industrial waste etc. High TDS water is not fit for drinking purpose. According to change in TDS level, the mineral concentration of water also alter which intern change the health value, can cause different disease and problems related to immune system.
Keywords – Effects of TDS, Sources of TDS, TDS level in drinking water, TDS (Total Dissolved Solid)
Shikha Munjal, Aakash Singh, Deepak Kumar Mehra, Pooja Kumari