Water Associated Disease and Safety / Seguridad y Enfermedad Asociada con Agua
In developing countries, access to clean and safe water is a number one priority and issue. In Oregon, too, it is a problem. Pesticides and fertilizer, both coming from run-off and non-point sources along the river, continue to contaminate the Willamette River and Oregon’s waterways1. Seven pesticides were reportedly found in Oregon’s groundwater in 2008, indicating a problem in containing chemicals to their desired locations2. Water Associated Disease and Safety Translation / Seguridad y Enfermedad Asociada con Agua Needed

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1. Willamette River Keeper (no date) Pollution. Available at willamette-riverkeeper.org/ (accessed July 2009).
2. Knowlton, S. (2008) 7 pesticides found in groundwater, Statesman Journal. Available at www.co.benton.or.us/ (accessed October 2008).

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