Ground Water Arsenic Contamination and Action Plan for Mitigation
Submission Deadline: Apr. 30, 2015
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Col. Islam ul Haque
Ecological Sustainability through Environment Protection Services Inc,
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Worldwide, the problems of arsenic contamination are growing in scope and complexity. Pakistan, Bangladesh and India are facing this menace since long which is a big public health concern and adversely impacting the socio-economic conditions of millions of people in the Asian sub-continent. Consumption of arsenic contaminated water has been noticed/observed as slow poisoning process. Keeping in view the enormity of the problem and its impacts on human health, no worthwhile, resource integration efforts have been made to plan and mitigate this growing public health concern, especially in developing countries. There is a very little understanding and awareness about presence of drinking water arsenic contamination, as it is odorless, no color & taste, which makes it more harmful to public health.
Therefore, there is dire need of formulation of nation action plans for arsenic mitigation, based on resource integration approaches. The main objectives of special issue will be :
Objectives and Scope
a. To formulate institutional framework for creating government buying/ ownership , based on resource integration approach b. Procedures for identifications of arsenic hit areas and arsenic contaminated water sources. c. Public / community mobilization and participation in creating awareness amongst general masses of the affected areas. d. To formulate various protocols and standard operating procedures to manage and mitigate arsenic contamination ill impacts.