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Some substances found naturally in rocks or soils, such as iron, manganese, arsenic, chlorides, fluorides, sulfates, or radionuclides, can become dissolved in groundwater.
Other naturally occurring substances, such as decaying organic matter, can move in ground water as particles.
Whether any of these substances appears in ground water depends on local conditions.
Some substances may pose a health threat if consumed in excessive quantities; others may produce an undesirable odor, taste, or color.
We need your help to make more advanced technology and other things that can help detect when there are things that contaminate the water in the water/ going to the water. Help me make our water cleaner.
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