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Water pollution

Water pollution is a term used to describe the lowering of water quality due to input of sewage, pesticides, agricultural run-off, and industrial wastes that can result in harm to aquatic plants and animals.


Wastewater is a term used to describe the spent or used water from a home, community, farm, or industry that contains dissolved or suspended matter.

Urban runoff water

Urban runoff water is a term used to describe stormwater from city streets and adjacent domestic or commercial properties.

Non-point Sources Pollution (NPS)

Non-point source pollution is a term used when it’s impossible to identify one single source origin of infection such as a factory or the place dumping of chemicals occurred.

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