Sources of water pollution, Biology

Sources of Water Pollution

There are natural sources of water pollutants such as mineral ores from rocks, chemicals, from mines and gases from atmosphere. But we will consider sources arising due to human activities only. These can be broadly grouped into the following categories:

1) Domestic effluents

2) Industrial effluents

3) Surface run-off

4) Waste heat

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