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Fresh water supply is a naturally occurring supply of water on the surface of the earth that can originate from ice sheets, ice caps, glaciers, icebergs, lakes, rivers and streams. It can also be found underground. Fresh water is also defined as having low concentrations of salts and other dissolved solids. The term excludes seawater and brackish water, though it does more

Fresh water supply is a naturally occurring supply of water on the surface of the earth that can originate from ice sheets, ice caps, glaciers, icebergs, lakes, rivers and streams. It can also be found underground. Fresh water is also defined as having low concentrations of salts and other dissolved solids. The term excludes seawater and brackish water, though it does include mineral-rich waters such as springs. Fresh water is not the same as potable or drinking water. Much of the earth water is unsuitable for drinking as it can be polluted by human activity, therefore must go through treatment works before it can be drunk.

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