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Summary

The problem of water quality consumed by the population for household, drinking and drinking purposes is compared. The analysis confirms the deterioration of the quality of the soil aquifer, which is less protected, especially when the groundwater level is located at depths up to 5 m. Changes in weather and climatic conditions (air temperature, rainfall and intensity), together with anthropogenic activity, adversely affect the change in the chemical composition of waters and their pollution.

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2019-11-12
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