The threats to public health due to transmission of pathogenic bacteria from sewage system to ground water have been reported worldwide, having septic tanks as the most frequently reported on-site source of ground water microbial contamination. It was shown that on-site source is less important than other sources of fecal matters. Use of biologically contaminated drinking water is associated with the outbreak of water related diseases such as cholera, typhoid and diarrhea.
Said A H Vuai; Microbial and Nutrient Contamination of Domestic Well in Urban-West Region, Zanzibar, Tanzania
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