Extensive Water Quality Testing to Promote Healthier, Accessible Drinking Water

Author's: Asfa Ashraf1,2*, Azara Iqbal2
Authors' Affiliations
1The School of Life Sciences, Fujian Normal University, Fuzhou 350117, China.2Pakistan Science Mission (PSM), Narowal (Noor Kot 51770), Pakistan.*Corresponding Author: Asfa Ashraf;`Email: sundausnaeem@yahoo.com
Article Type: Perspective     Published: Apr. 30, 2020 Pages: Online first
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Abstract:

The increasing pollution of drinking water sources, the consequent effects on the environment, and infectious diseases caused by bacteria and parasites are the most significant health risks associated with contaminated drinking water. The drinking water in the remote areas in developing countries is mostly surface water (lakes, rivers, and streams) contaminated with heavy metals and microbes that certainly have to be treated to make it safe to drink. There is a need to enforce extensive testing of water quality and provide data regarding water quality, treatment, and microbiological testing to assure that drinking water is of the highest quality, meeting all standards.

Keywords:

Water pollution, heavy metals, drinking water, extensive testing of water quality.

Citation:

Ashraf, A., Iqbal, A., 2020. Extensive Water Quality Testing to Promote Healthier, Accessible Drinking Water. Int. J. Altern. Fuels. Energy., 4(1): IJAFE-2020-012.

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