Navigating Urban Pollution: Strategies for Mitigating Groundwater Contamination


Harper Collins

Urban pollution poses a significant threat to groundwater quality, with potentially far-reaching consequences for both human health and the environment. This article explores the complexities of groundwater contamination in urban areas, examining the sources, pathways, and types of pollutants that infiltrate subsurface water reservoirs. By analysing innovative strategies for mitigating groundwater pollution, including improved waste management, sustainable urban planning, and advanced remediation technologies, we shed light on the potential pathways toward safeguarding this vital resource. As urbanization continues to rise, a comprehensive approach to managing and protecting groundwater becomes essential for ensuring sustainable development and the well-being of urban populations.




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