WHO: Groundwater, invisible but vital to health
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WHO: Groundwater, invisible but vital to health

“The only time many people really think about groundwater is when things have gone terribly wrong— when they hear about community wells drying up or when toxic chemicals have leached into the groundwater, causing long, arduous walks to distant water supplies or cancers that appear after years of exposure. The reaction is one of horror and sympathy. They look at the water in their glasses differently for a moment. Then they forget.”