India: dangerous toxins found in Mumbai water supply

The National Environmental Engineering Institute has found worryingly high levels of toxins including heavy metals and trihalomethanes, in samples of water supplied to the town of Mumbai.

The source of the pollution has not yet been identified, but it is suspected to be due to either pesticides or industrial discharges to the lakes that feed the town’s water supply.

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