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Non-point Sources pollution

Non-point 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 stormwater. See water pollution, Point Source Pollution, Urban runoff water and Surface runoff water

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