russian part - Ever since Russia was known as the Soviet...

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Ever since Russia was known as the Soviet Union, the waters were not protected from the growing pollution in their region. As a result, a large percentage of their water is polluted. On a study of Russian water, approximately 75% of Russian surface water faces pollution, 50% of the water does not meet the standards for quality water, and about 30% of the water are highly polluted that are readily available. The rather more polluted waters are located in regions where the industrial factories continue to manufacture and produce wastes that have allowed for contaminated waters. Furthermore, the water access by local communities is poor, and the cleaning facilities are inefficient. Consequently, more and more of the population are feeling the aftermath of a poor water supply. With the current situation with Russian water supply, the results have led to safety procedures before consuming the liquid and sicknesses. The compounds known to have contaminated the water include heavy metals, pesticides, and pathogens. Besides the industrial complications, the agricultural world intensively used fertilizers for the growth of plants without
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