Groundwater Contamination

Groundwater Contamination
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  • Natural Sources
  • 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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