The polluted water is one which Environmental Engineering

  • Contains pathogenic bacteria
  • Consists of undesirable substances rendering it unfit for drinking and domestic use
  • Is safe and suitable for drinking and domestic use
  • Is contaminated
Answer: Consists of undesirable substances rendering it unfit for drinking and domestic use
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