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Although God has provided us with water to drink and sustain us, contamination of this water is almost unavoidable. Much of our water is not potable due to the various pollutants left by industries, humans, and animals. Numerous economic, social, and environmental issues arise because of these contaminants. However, proper management of fertilizers or other contamination sources could lessen the negative impact on our water system. Nitrogen, often present in our water system because of fertilizers, is an example of a chemical that affects water quality in a negative way.
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