Almost anyone or anything is a potential source of pollutants. So water quality experts group sources into two main categories of pollutants point sources and non-point sources.
Homes, industries, wildlife, recreation, and transportation all depend on clean sources of water. Everyone uses it, needs it, and many of us take it for granted. These videos examine the ways water is used, profiles types of pollution, and presents a variety of perspectives on the issue of water quality. What are the biggest threats to water quality in your area?
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Water pollution is set to dominate an environment conference being hosted by the European Union in Malta.
Organisers will be looking at how to tackle the growing problem.
The Philippines is one of the world’s worst water polluters.
Al Jazeera’s Jamela Alindogan reports from Manila.
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12 thoughts on “Types of Pollutants that affect Water Quality”
Why Manila ppl always makes look bad Philippines (;
That's only in Manila. I think this channel hate manila
dirty filthy country
Not only Manila. All Philippines are under garbage plague.
They get to the point on Al Jazeera
of such polluted place
i have been there so i know how much it is dirty and polluted!!! all throughout phillipiness the waters are so poluted.. cebu is one
made in philippines
Duterte's Philippines is Trash!
eradicate third world countries
I think that child prostitution is more of a problem there
What happened to the holy water pilipinas?