Perspective - Environmental Risk Assessment and Remediation (2021) Volume 5, Issue 12
Water Quality Deciding Boundaries.
Groundwater is one of the more reliable and extensively used natural resources, it constitute about twenty percent of the world's fresh water supply, which is about 0.61% of the entire world's water. This makes it an important resource which can act as a natural storage that can be utilized during water scarcity periods. Ground water fulfills around 91% of generally speaking drinking water interest and is viewed as the more solid wellspring of water when contrasted with surface water. Because of absence of any unified arrangement in regards to utilization of ground water assets, the double-dealing of assets came to at the top in the beginning of twentieth century, because of which a pressure created on ground water framework, when pace of withdrawal crossed the pace of mean ground water rebuilding. The ground water contamination has reached at disturbing point in Pakistan.Author(s): Daniel Archer