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Non-point Sources Pollution (NPS)

Nonpoint Sources pollution

Nonpoint source pollution is a term used when it’s impossible  to identify one single source origin of pollution such as a factory or the place dumping of chemicals occurred. Most commonly nonpoint source pollutions are; agriculture, construction, dams, channels, land disposal, forestry, mining, saltwater intrusion and city streets and  pollutants are generally carried off the land by storm water.  See water pollution in the Eco fashion dictionary


ECO-FASHION-DENIM AND DIAGRAMS DICTIONARIES OVERVIEW

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