Effluents, sewage turning Pakistani rivers toxic – study
The joint Pakistan-China study, published this month in Chemosphere, is based on spectroscopy (an approach used by Chemists to detect very small amounts of an element) of water, sediment and fish samples collected from sites along the Chenab, Indus and Kabul rivers and analysed at the Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research (ITPR), Beijing.
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For the full article, please visit https://www.scidev.net/asia-pacific/pollution/news/effluents-sewage-turning-pakistani-rivers-toxic-study.htmlhttps://www.technologytimes.pk/effluents-sewage-turning-pakistani-rivers-toxic-study/https://i0.wp.com/www.technologytimes.pk/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/827B2B0FF00BABABCCC0D300BD0D8F42.jpg?fit=785%2C447&ssl=1https://i0.wp.com/www.technologytimes.pk/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/827B2B0FF00BABABCCC0D300BD0D8F42.jpg?fit=150%2C150&ssl=1NewsEnvironment,fisheries,health,pollution,Rivers,Sewage,waterThree of Pakistan’s major rivers are seriously contaminated with potentially toxic elements (PTE) from raw sewage and untreated industrial effluents, posing a risk to communities as well as to flora and fauna, says a new study. Web TeamWeb Team email@example.comAdministratorTechnology Times Web team handles all matters relevant to website posting and management.Technology Times