The Impact of Human Activities on Water Pollution of Al-Qassim Stream

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Ammar Abees Shambara

Abstract

The water of the stream suffers from pollution by agricultural waste, which is represented by chemical fertilizer wastes as well as harmful pesticide residues on the one hand, and from pollution by household waste and sewage streams that are directly dumped into the stream water without treatment on the other side, as well as high rates of industrial and commercial pollutants that cause a lot Among the epidemic diseases harmful to human and animal health and agricultural crops, as well as the high rates of chemical and physical properties of the stream water above the permissible limit, and that its water is not suitable for drinking according to the standard of the World Health Organization which is the most remote treatment, in addition to the high rates of chemical and physical examinations of the water and it is not suitable for drinking before People and animals are not suitable for irrigation of agricultural crops, in addition to the high percentage of residues and waste of various kinds in the course of the table. The most important conclusions are:


1- The river water (the stream) suffers from pollution by agricultural wastes, which is represented by chemical fertilizer waste as well as harmful pesticide residues on one side, and from pollution with household waste and sewage streams that are directly dumped into the stream water without treatment on the other side.


2- The large number of uses of the different stream water, domestic, industrial, agricultural and commercial uses.


3- The high levels of pollutants in the stream waters, causing many epidemic diseases harmful to human and animal health and agricultural crops.

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A. A. . Shambara, “The Impact of Human Activities on Water Pollution of Al-Qassim Stream”, JUBH, vol. 29, no. 3, pp. 225-244, Apr. 2021.
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