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Sustainable Management for Arsenic (As) Free Safe Drinking Water in Bangladesh: A Review

Kamonasish Das, Dhiman Roy and Mostafa MG

The presence of elevated levels of naturally occurring arsenic in groundwater of Bangladesh has severely impaired the decade long effort of providing safe water to its population. Most of the recognized stages of arsenic poisoning have been identified in Bangladesh and the risk of arsenic poisoning in the population is increasing every day. The severity of arsenic contamination is demanding extensive research in this field. Many studies have been carried out in Bangladesh, West Bengal in India and other countries as well, but the situation is still out of sound control. In order to minimize arsenic exposure, a work to provide various alternate safe drinking water options to the exposed population has been initiated. This article implies to look at the sustainable management for safe drinking water in Bangladesh by reviewing different measures to remedy the arsenic contamination in groundwater.