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How can failing to conserve water contribute to greater water contamination? a. Overirrigating fields causes an increase in pollution that results from runoff. b. Natural water filters are depleted by the overuse of water. c. Sewage systems are more likely to fail due to greater demand, causing higher chances of water contamination. d. All of the above

Caroline Campbell

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Carlton Burgess on July 12, 2018

Option correct answer is :D) All of the aboveExplanation:The safe Drinking Water Act describes the pollutants of physical, chemical, biological or radiological material or matter in the water. Some contaminants can be toxic if used in several levels in the drinking water. Infections transmitted by water are induced by drinking contaminated or dirty water. The contaminated water can cause many types of diarrhoeal syndromes, including Cholera and other serious diseases such as Guinea worm infection, Typhoid fever and Dysentery. Water-related diseases cause 3.4 million deaths each year.

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