Preserving natural spring water through cultivating local varieties plants
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In Bandung, West Java, almost half of the 23 springs are vanishing because of water pollution as well as excessive draining and exploitation. Decrease of water biodiversity, low quality of water and high water pollution primarily caused by farming chemicals and domestic waste indicate that the deteriorating quality of water is already at an alarming stage. On the other hand, there is insufficient information on how to use and manage the water resources.
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