People are pollution waters everywhere. They gut polluted water into some river from some factory, due to global warming, etc. (The Importance of Clean Water) Well, water pollution affect the condition for human life and quality of living by when drinking polluted water, polluted water come into your body, and global warming. Global warming hear like kind of air pollution but Water pollution
Water pollution develops when water is defiled by different factors. Industrial and agricultural wastes are the most common factors. These factors cause imbalance in the water leading to death of some species. Water pollution in China is such an issue, to the point that the World Bank cautioned of “catastrophic consequences for the future generation. "(Facts and Details).
However, discharge of the brine produced by the RO desalination process results in many environmental adverse effects, due to the high concentrations of metals and salts. Recovery and removal of elements from RO brine would decrease environmental benefits and have economic gains in the production of valuable metals . Le Dirach et al.  are listed magnesium as element that potentially economically for extraction. 3) Extraction of lithium from salt lake brine and seawater is one of the main sources of lithium production.
Historically was surrounded by heavy industries such as gas plants, concrete plants, industrial plants, chemical plants, tanneries and paper mills. According to the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, the busiest industrial and commercial canal in the United States. Over six million tons of cargo was being transported on the canal annually. The Gowanus Canal has a history of war, much harmful contamination has been dumped in the canal. This canal is consisting of heavy metal such as polycyclic hydrocarbons, raw sewage, typhoid, cholera and tuberculosis The Gowanus Canal has been a home to many industries that produced high manufacturing volumes such as its neighboring gas plants, oil refineries, coal yards, cement manufacturers, tanneries, paint and ink factories, machine shops, and chemical plants amongst other industries.
Particularly, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania and, Uganda are countries that rely on River Nile for existence. However, in recent years, the water demand due to growing populations in these countries poses water shortage issues as these 10 countries house 40% of the continent's population. (El-Fadel, 2003). Historically, Egypt and the city of Cairo has been the main water user, but now other countries are developing water projects to benefit from the Nile water, which is resulting in more conflicts between nations over water possession. In terms of control of the power of Nile River, it seems that Egypt is the most powerful actor because they have been in control of the river historically and they have the most resources to be able to have control over the river as opposed to other relatively poor nations that also use River Nile.
Also refer to section 4 (discussion). Calcium phosphate is found in teeth and bones. Alum is used for the sedimentation tank in water treatment places because alum addition leads to flocculate the charged colloidal particles. For alum-precipitation, the aluminum phosphate from the wastewater would have bacteria and viruses. When phosphate from wastewater is used, the main problem is that there will be microbiological hazards so the plants and animals can be contaminated from that alum-precipitation.
While action needs to be taken to reduce the runoff made directly by humans, some of the largest contributors to this sickening problem are factory farms. In their book, Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret, Kip Andersen and Keegan Kuhn write, “Every year, 1.37 billion tons of solid animal waste is produced in the United States- 130 times more than the amount produced by humans; 5 tons of animal excrement is produced for every person... It’s not only sewage and manure that run into the oceans from animal agriculture. There are also herbicides, pesticides, fungicides, chemical fertilizer, as well as the residues of antibiotics, growth hormones, steroids, and other feed additives. The glut of phosphorous and nitrogen in animal excrement causes algal blooms, including red tides, and population explosions in single-celled, potentially toxic microorganisms such as Pfiesteria piscicida.” (101;103) Animal agriculture floods our waterways with tons of
2.3 Effects of Acid Rain on the Environment and Human Society. Acid deposition is a serious regional problem occurring near and in many areas downwind from coal burning power plants, smelters, factories, and large urban areas according to Miller (1998). SO2 is emitted primarily by stationary sources such as power plants that burn fossil fuels whereas NOx are emitted by both stationary and mobile sources such as automobiles. How serious vegetation and aquatic life in nearby lakes are affected by receiving acid deposition depends on the alkalinity or acidity of its soils. In some areas, soils contain enough calcium ions (Ca2+) and magnesium ions (Mg+2) that are attached to the negatively charged minerals in the soil to neutralise or buffer
Water Pollution is the addition of harmful chemicals to natural water. Sources of water pollution in the United States include industrial waste, runoff from fields treated with chemical fertilizers, and run-off from areas that have been mined. (Dictionary.com).The issue of water pollution has a long history around the world. Water Pollution is one of the leading causes of death in Africa and some parts of Asia. For some, such as Africans and Americans, the issue of water pollution has a particular significance to those who are poverty-stricken.Recently the case of Flint, Michigan has drawn attention to the subject of water pollution.
With the current growth of the world’s population and the increase in demand for water in the agricultural industry, the issue of water scarcity is very likely to get worse and worse (Gupta, 2016). This essay will therefore critically discuss water scarcity and how one can prevent a war fought over water, as well as how one can save water and implement change to better our future nationally and globally. 2. The Importance of Water With two thirds of the earth 's surface covered by water and the human body consisting of 75 percent of it, it is clear that water is one of the core elements responsible for life on earth (Anderson, 1986). Water is very important to us because human bodies, as well as animals, cannot function without water in their systems.