Water pollution, Biology

Water Pollution

Water is one of the most essential requirements for the survival of all living organisms. Water is used for household, agricultural, industrial and recreational purposes. The water that is discharged after use is polluted with soluble, insoluble, toxic and innocuous matter as well as pathogens. At present, the pollution in our natural water sources such as rivers, lakes, estuaries is growing all over the world.

 

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