Most of China's Water Wells Badly Polluted
More than 80 percent of China's underground wells have been contaminated and are unfit for drinking or bathing, according to Chinese media.
More than 80 percent of China's underground wells have been contaminated and are unfit for drinking or bathing, according to Chinese media. Although air pollution is a more visible problem, scientists say water pollution is actually the country's biggest environmental issue. (The New York Times)
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