Water is a dwindling natural resource, and potable water is wrongly considered an unlimited resource. This review seeks to support policymakers in making informed decisions about water use, avoiding wasting, and finding solutions that may be planet friendly and patient friendly in dialysis, especially in hemodialysis treatments.
This study analysis four wetland technologies for treating greywater according to regulatory standards.
This study shows that agricultural water consumption tends to use internal water resources at a maximum level for export and national use, significantly impacting renewable and non-renewable water resource availability, especially in groundwater.
This review will spur more investigations on microplastic ingestion in historical specimens to establish reference points and determine temporal trends for microplastic pollution of the environment.
Drinking water and sanitation services in high-income countries typically bring widespread health and other benefits to their populations.
The authors investigate a countries ability to provide adequate food, energy, and water, without exceeding nature's carrying capacity. They show that 67% of nations are operating within a safe space for water provision.
This study is a long-term monitoring study in which inter-seasonal relations are established. Thus, the spread of MP pollution in the region during the year was provided by an important bio-indicator.
Instresting paper on Mediterranean river microplastic pollution
This study provides significant information on the occurrence and composition of MPs in the Tampico beach, in addition, we compared the abundance of MPs of this study with similar studies from different parts of the world.
This Article supports SDG 3s and 6 by presenting global comprehensive estimates of deaths associated with 33 bacterial pathogens across 11 major infectious syndromes, many of which could be prevented by improved access to safe drinking water and sanitation facilities.