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What are the relative health impacts of using (i) Arsenic contaminated groundwater and (ii) surface waters as drinking waters in Bangladesh Should Bangladesh

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My research proposal is based on the relative health impacts of using Arsenic contaminated groundwater and surface waters as drinking waters in Bangladesh and to know if Bangladesh can use treated water as drinking water.
Ground water is one of the chief drinking water foundation in Bangladesh. Ground water pollution by arsenic has previously taken grave turn in Bangladesh. According to accessible information, millions of human beings are "at danger" dying out by arsenic in Bangladesh. In vision of this truth we feel that a widespread research work on arsenic pollution of ground water in Bangladesh is of immense significance and actions will be taken in addition to recommendation for giving arsenic free drinking water contribution in justifying the arsenic lesions.
Nine regions in West Bengal, India, and 44 regions in Bangladesh have arsenic stages in groundwater over the World Health Organization (WHO) maximum allowable boundary of 50 [micro grams/Liter). The divisions and population of the 42 regions in Bangladesh and the 9 regions in West Bengal are 92,108 [km.sup.2] and 80.1 million and 38,932 [km.sup.2] and 44.5 million, correspondingly.
In Bangladesh, it is recognized 496 pretentious villages affected. 11,103 Water samples were collected from 44 arsenic-affected regions in Bangladesh for examination. Of the water samples that were examined, 61 % contained arsenic levels above 50 [microg/L]. Thousands of hair, nail, and urine test samples from people living in arsenic-affected villages have been examined to date. Bangladesh, 92% samples, on an average, enclosed arsenic above the standard/toxic level.
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